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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by AdonisSMU, Oct 27, 2014.
The difference is the banks. It seems like the banks are really on board with Pay. I just got an email from wells fargo letting me know that if I use Pay before Nov 30th I will receive $20 statement credit. 20 bucks for using something I was already planning on using
When I used google wallet on my nexus 5 it was clear that the banks didn't care if I used it or not.
Retailers like Rite Aid and CVS will crumble like Verizon did with the iPhone.
Considering the majority under contract with MCX, have not defended MCX, most will bail once their 3 year contract with MCX ends in 2015.
tim is Right on this....companies are relevant if the customers love them.
Like how people just love Google and Facebook and Microsoft and and and...
I agree that it's all about the banking side, not the retail side. That's why Apple is positioned correctly. If banks are behind ApplePay the retailers won't have any choice but to fold and accept it.
It's nice, easy, quick, secure and cool to use.
And Apple has tons of followers.
I'm sure it will take off and will continue to grow.
yeah..i believe apple is on the right track.