- Jul 1, 2014
Downloaded the Verizon version of the Softcard app and wow! It works without modification to the phone. HTC already has an enhanced secure Sim card.
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I went to look for it in the store and my phone does not find it ... using a Lumia Icon with Denim and NFC.
Used my AX card at Walgreens today. Told the pharmacist it was my 1st time, be patient. There was no delay at all, a one second touch and an immediate validation.I am happy to announce that my HTC One M8 paid successfully with Softcard today at Bartell. It's a little slow, made me and the cashier look at each other, wondering if we both has a defective device :sweaty:
That's weird. I've made three NFC payments so far and haven't been asked to sign once (also using it with American Express Serve).I paid for $1.29 but still have to sign though which sucks and defeat the purpose of this app. Well I was using AX Serve. Is it Softcard or AX fault?
Per original announce it was joint between Verizon, att and Tmobile I thought.Will this be available ever on T-Mobile?
Why does this need to be carrier specific anyway? Why can't it just be a universal app?
Per original announce it was joint between Verizon, att and Tmobile I thought.
Hmmm, my HTC One M8 takes me to an error page when I try to sign up for American Express Serve.
Yeah. On my old Nexus 5, using Google Wallet was SO simple!I hope that Microsoft develops Wallet to the point where it donesn't need Softcard. A couple days ago I set up a Verizon Samsung Galaxy S4 running Android 4.4.2, and of course the ISIS app (yes still called ISIS) was installed by default. I disabled it, and then set up Google Wallet for tap to pay. I've used it a couple times already and it works great! I hope that tap to pay becomes carrier indifferent, with the wallet being part of the OS manufacturer. We should be able to take any phone (with NFC), on any carrier, and use tap to pay.