Yes I understand that. Maybe should‘ve made that clearer in my original question. So why did they change the promoted cardIt just means that Maestro will show up as a card when you click "+" in Wallet. Up until now only Visa & MC showed up as rotating cards.
Is that good news or bad news? Some "Doomsayers" are already predicting the end of Apple Pay in Germany, saying that Apple would never open NFC for payments but rather close it for everyone completely. What do you think?
Is it possible that you copy the text or maybe when the whole text is not allowed to post, then to give some important quotes from the article for the people that don't have or want access over the paywall
Thanks a lot!
Translated with help from DeepL, page 78 of http://dip21.bundestag.de/dip21/btd/19/151/1915163.pdf (German)§58a (3) By way of exception, the system provider shall not be obliged in accordance with subsection 1 if there are objectively justified reasons for refusing to make the services available. These shall exist in particular if the system provider can prove that the security and integrity of the technical infrastructure services is specifically endangered by making them available. The reasons for the rejection must be comprehensible.
chipTAN or push TAN, why? I´m using chip TAN USB right now. This would mean that I need pushTAN as well, to be able to use Apple Pay with Sparkasse.Looks like the gears are kicking into motion:
Ob mit Ihrem iPhone und jedem Apple Pay-fähigen Gerät – einfach Apple Pay einrichten und im Web, InApp oder kontaktlos mit dem Smartphone im Laden bezahlen.www.sparkasse.de
That has been up for quite a while now.
You are right, but it wasn´t placed that prominent before.That has been up for quite a while now.
My bet is on early December, potentially with iOS 13.3. I wish they'd be more open with Apple Pay rollout information but at least it's happening in the next few weeks.
Better to get the Credit Card. 25€ per year Standard MC or Visa, those who have Visa.Looked it up on the Sparkasse of my wife. They really want 2,50€ per month for the Basis Visa which is a debit. They are really crazy!
And just looked at SSK Düsseldorf, they want 36€ / year.
Yes. But as this is a normal credit it depends on the customer how much credit limit he gets. So sometimes a debit might be good if the credit limit might not get high enough.You are right, but it wasn´t placed that prominent before.
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Better to get the Credit Card. 25€ per year Standard MC or Visa, those who have Visa.
I thought Sparkasse is very flexible about credit limits on CCs? You can just call and say to increase it. That is if you have income.Yes. But as this is a normal credit it depends on the customer how much credit limit he gets. So sometimes a debit might be good if the credit limit might not get high enough.