Yoshiofthewire wrote:OK, now that we are all on the same page.
What does everyone think of this?
I think this is a very nice perfectly created buggy.
I have already gone on about the death of NFC payments, so I won't repeat that here.
Let's just say, a year ago, this might have helped.
Today, it is so much meh.
Yes, I am a loyal follower of the Google, but nothing against Apple's Payment system is exclusive to Apple. They have done everything correct with this, accept take to long to release it. Mobile payments are dead, and we can thank at&t, Verizon and T-Mobile for that.
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Yoshiofthewire wrote:Yes, I am a loyal follower of the Google, but nothing against Apple's Payment system is exclusive to Apple. They have done everything correct with this, accept take to long to release it. Mobile payments are dead, and we can thank at&t, Verizon and T-Mobile for that.
Yoshiofthewire wrote:When reading this I am less wowed by this.