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Apple iPhone users can now easily tap and go with their Commonwealth Bank credit cards and debit cards. We've known that the Commonwealth. To set up Apple Pay, add a credit, debit or prepaid card to the Wallet app on your iPhone, Apple Watch or other compatible device. How to use Apple Pay on your Apple Watch, and make purchases by saving a credit or debit card to your watch · Open the Watch app for iPhone. · Tap.

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Set up Apple Pay

To set up Apple Pay, add a credit, debit or prepaid card to the Wallet app on your iPhone, Apple Watch or other compatible device.

To use Apple Pay, you need:

You can add up to 12 cards on most devices, and up to eight cards on some older models.

How to add a card for Apple Pay on your iPhone

Add a new debit or credit card to the Wallet app, or add a card you previously used on a device associated with your Apple ID.

Add a new card on your iPhone

  1. In the Wallet app, tap the Add button the add button.
  2. Tap Debit or Credit Card.
  3. Tap Continue.
  4. Follow the steps on the screen to add a new card. If prompted, choose your bank or card issuer from the list or find them using the search bar.
  5. Verify your information with your bank or card issuer. They may ask you to provide additional information or to download an app before approving your card for use with Apple Pay.
  6. If you have a paired Apple Watch, you have the option to also add the card to your watch.

Add a previous card on your iPhone

  1. In the Wallet app, tap the Add button the add button.
  2. Tap Previous Cards to see cards that you previously added to the Wallet app.
  3. Choose the card or cards that you want to add and tap Continue.
  4. Follow the steps on the screen to add your card.
  5. If necessary, verify your information with your bank or card issuer. They may ask you to provide additional information or to download an app before approving your card for use with Apple Pay.
  6. If you have a paired Apple Watch, you have the option to also add the card to your watch.

Find out what to do if you can't add your card to Wallet.

Once you've added your card, you can start using Apple Pay.

To remove a card from the Previous Cards screen, tap Edit > Remove button  > Delete. Then, tap Delete Card to confirm and remove the card from all of your devices.

How to add a card for Apple Pay on your Apple Watch

You can add a new debit or credit card, or a card you previously used on a device associated with your Apple ID, directly on your Apple Watch. You can also add a card with the Apple Watch app on your paired iPhone.

Add a card for Apple Pay on your Apple Watch

  1. On your Apple Watch, open the Wallet app.
  2. Scroll down and tap Add Card.
  3. Tap Debit or Credit Card to add a new card, or tap Previous Card to choose a card that you previously added to the Wallet app.
  4. Tap Continue.
  5. Follow the steps on the screen to enter your card information and add your card.
  6. If necessary, verify your information with your bank or card issuer using the Apple Watch app on your paired iPhone. They may ask you to provide additional information or to download an app before approving your card for use with Apple Pay.

Apple Watches managed with Family Setup may not be able to add cards directly on the Apple Watch.

Add a card for Apple Pay with the Apple Watch app on your iPhone

  1. On your paired iPhone, open the Apple Watch app.
  2. In the My Watch tab, tap Wallet & Apple Pay.
  3. Tap Add Card.
  4. Tap Debit or Credit Card to add a new card, or tap Previous Card to choose a card that you previously added to the Wallet app.
  5. Tap Continue.
  6. Follow the steps on the screen to add your card.
  7. If necessary, verify your information with the bank or card issuer. They may ask you to provide additional information or to download an app before approving your card for use with Apple Pay.

Find out what to do if you can't add your card to Wallet.

Once you've added your card, you can start using Apple Pay.

How to add a card for Apple Pay on your Mac or iPad

  1. Open Wallet settings on your device.
    • On your Mac model with Touch ID, go to System Preferences > Wallet & Apple Pay.
    • On your iPad, go to Settings > Wallet & Apple Pay.
  2. Tap Add Card.3,4
  3. Follow the steps on the screen to add a card.
  4. Verify your information with your bank or card issuer. They may ask for more information.

Find out what to do if you can't add your card to Wallet.

Once you've added your card, you can start using Apple Pay.

On Mac models without built-in Touch ID, you can complete your purchase using Apple Pay on your compatible iPhone or Apple Watch: On your iPhone, go to Settings > Wallet & Apple Pay and turn on Allow Payments on Mac.

  1. Make sure that you sign in to iCloud on all your devices. On your iOS device, you need to set up Face ID, Touch ID or a passcode. On your Apple Watch, you need to set up a passcode. If you sign out of iCloud or remove your passcode, all credit, debit, prepaid, travel and student ID cards will be removed from that device.
  2. If you're under the age of 13, Apple Pay isn't available and you can't add a card in the Wallet app. Age varies by country or region.
  3. In China mainland, you can use Apple Pay on the web in Safari only on compatible iPhone and iPad models using iOS 11.2 or later. In the Netherlands, you can use Apple Pay on the web only on a compatible iPhone or iPad.
  4. In Italy, you can't add Maestro cards to iPad or Mac. In Australia, you can't add eftpos cards to your iPad or Mac. In the Netherlands, you can add Maestro cards to all compatible devices except Mac.

Information about products not manufactured by Apple, or independent websites not controlled or tested by Apple, is provided without recommendation or endorsement. Apple assumes no responsibility with regard to the selection, performance or use of third-party websites or products. Apple makes no representations regarding third-party website accuracy or reliability. Contact the vendor for additional information.

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Источник: https://support.apple.com/en-au/HT204506

Mobile payments and wearables

You can add your CommBank Debit Mastercard, CommBank World Debit Mastercard™, personal and business credit cards, and Visa Business Debit card. If you are an additional cardholder, you may add your eligible Commonwealth Bank credit card provided it is Mastercard branded. Visa credit cards issued to additional cardholders may be eligible, however, a transaction limit of $100 will apply.
Some CommBank cards are ineligible including Keycard, Travel Money Card, Mastercard Business Debit Card, Corporate Card.

Backed by our 100% security guarantee. Our 100% security guarantee protects you from unauthorised transactions on personal and business accounts when you protect how you access your accounts and tell us if something is wrong. Tell me more. 

The CommBank app is free to download however your mobile network provider charges you for accessing data on your phone. Find out about the minimum operating system requirements on the CommBank app page. Terms and conditions are available on the app. NetBank access with NetCode SMS is required. Full terms and conditions available on the CommBank app.

Apple, the Apple logo, Apple Pay, Apple Watch, MacBook Pro, iPad and iPhone are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.

Samsung Pay and Google Pay are free to download however your mobile network provider may charge you for accessing data on your phone. 

Google Pay is currently available for Android running 5.0 (Lollipop) or higher with a Near Field Communication (NFC) antenna and Host Card Emulation (HCE) support. Full terms and conditions available on the Google Pay app.

Samsung Pay is available on Samsung Galaxy S6 and above, Note5, Note8, A5, A7, J5 Pro and J7 Pro phones and Samsung Gear S2 and above and Sport wearables. Full terms and conditions available on the Samsung Pay app. 

A Visa or Mastercard debit card attached to an Australian bank account is required to use the Beem It app. Digital Wallet Pty Ltd ABN 93 625 272 475 is the issuer and provider of the Beem It facility.

Before downloading the app please consider the Product Disclosure Statement and Terms and Conditions, available at www.beemit.com.au. As this advice has been prepared without considering your objectives, financial situation or needs, you should, before acting on it, consider the facility's appropriateness to your circumstances.

The advice on this website has been prepared without considering your objectives, financial situation or needs. Because of that, you should, before acting on the advice, consider its appropriateness to your circumstances. Please consider the terms and conditions for our Smart Access account available here or from any branch of the Commonwealth Bank. Please view our Financial Services Guide. Credit Card applications are subject to credit approval. Full terms and conditions will be included in our loan offer. Fees and charges apply. Commonwealth Bank of Australia ABN 48 123 123 124. Australian credit licence 234945.

Источник: https://www.commbank.com.au/digital-banking/mobile-payments-wearables.html

Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) has selected Giesecke & Devrient (G&D) to provide commercial cloud payment solution for the bank’s newly launched HCE (Host Card Emulation) enabled contactless payments service.

The CBA mobile payment service will use G&D’s Convego CloudPay solution and will form a part of CBA’s CommBank mobile banking application.

Convego CloudPay solution will comprise a CloudPay Server and CloudPay Client with the server providing an online interface to CBA and the CloudPay Client, a secure software library integrated into CBA’s CommBank app, will offer a secure storage for the payment card data and payment engine to execute mobile transactions.

The G&D CloudPay service will provide for the provisioning and life-cycle management of the bank’s payment cards on the end users’ smart-phones.

The new service will enrich CBA´s broad mobile services offering customers secure mobile payments at all contactless enabled merchant locations across the country.

G&D member of the management board and head of the mobile security business unit Stefan Auerbach said: "After the successful CBA releases of contactless mobile payments on the iPhone and the Samsung Galaxy S4, G&D now provides the technology and expertise for one of the world´s first commercial roll outs of a Cloud HCE based mobile payments on Android smartphones."

Источник: https://www.electronicpaymentsinternational.com/news/cba-chooses-gd-for-hce-enabled-mobile-banking-240315-4538835/

Commonwealth Bank goes live with Apple Pay

Apple iPhone users can now easily tap and go with their Commonwealth Bank credit cards and debit cards.

We've known that the Commonwealth Bank was set to announce Apple Pay compatibility in early 2019, with the bank revealing late last year that it would launch with Apple Pay in January 2019.

At the time, it didn't confirm an exact date, but this morning it has announced availability for Apple Pay for Commonwealth Bank and Bankwest customers.

Up until now, if you wanted to use an iPhone to make contactless payments from a Commonwealth Bank account, you had to apply an NFC sticker to the back of your phone, and pay a one-off fee of $2.99 for the privilege.

Apple Pay launched in Australia all the way back in 2015 for American Express customers, with ANZ following suit. None of the other Big Four Australian banks followed suit, instead petitioning the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) to be granted access to the underlying NFC technology in Apple's products for their own apps.

The ACCC didn't see it that way, rejecting the appeal, but leaving the way open for each bank to negotiate terms with Apple individually.

The move means that Commonwealth Bank customers can access all three major contactless payment systems, as Samsung Pay and Google Pay were previously already available to use if you had a Samsung phone or NFC-enabled Android device.

Which Apple devices can use Apple Pay with the Commonwealth Bank?

If you've got a reasonably recent Apple device, you should be good to go with Apple Pay and your Commonwealth Bank account.

Apple Pay relies on Near Field Communication chips built into every iPhone from the iPhone 6 onwards, although if you are still rocking an iPhone 5 or iPhone 5c you may be able to access the service via an Apple Watch, albeit with a lower level of security due to the lack of TouchID.

Apple Pay is also available on iPad devices, but that's not with the idea that you'll bring your hefty iPad Pro to the supermarket; instead, it's used for online purchases with either TouchID or FaceID (depending on your iPad model) used for verification purposes.

How do I add my Commonwealth Bank card to Apple Pay?

Apple Pay exists as its own app on compatible iOS devices, so adding your card should be a relatively painless affair. All you should need to do is open the app, add the details on your existing Commonwealth Bank credit or debit card to the app, and then confirm via an SMS message in order to enable your iOS device for Apple Pay purchases.

You can compare all of the Australian credit cards with Apple Pay in our guide here, and see which debit cards can be linked to Apple Pay in this guide.

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Picture: Commonwealth Bank

Источник: https://www.finder.com.au/commonwealth-bank-goes-live-with-apple-pay

Make purchases using Apple Pay

You can pay using Apple Pay in stores, within apps and on the web, and more.

How to pay using Apple Pay in stores and other places

Use your iPhone or Apple Watch to make purchases using Apple Pay

Pay with your iPhone

  1. To use your default payment card:
    • If your iPhone has Face ID, double-click the side button. Authenticate with Face ID or enter your passcode.
    • If your iPhone has Touch ID, rest your finger on the Touch ID sensor.
  2. To use a different card, tap your default card to see your other cards. Tap a new card and authenticate.
  3. Hold the top of your iPhone near the contactless reader until you see Done and a tick on the display.

Pay with your Apple Watch

  1. Double-click the side button.
  2. Your default card opens automatically. Scroll down to choose another card.
  3. Hold the display of your Apple Watch near the contactless reader until you feel a gentle tap and hear a beep.

How to pay using Apple Pay online or within apps

You can use Apple Pay to pay online in Safari2,3 or within apps when you see Apple Pay as a payment option.

Make purchases using Apple Pay online or in apps

  1. Tap the Apple Pay button or choose Apple Pay as your payment method.
  2. To pay with a different card, tap the Next button  or the Expand Menu button  next to your default card.
  3. If necessary, enter your billing, shipping and contact information. Apple Pay stores that information, so you won't need to enter it again.
  4. Confirm the payment.
    • iPhone or iPad with Face ID: Double-click the side button, then use Face ID or your passcode.
    • iPhone or iPad without Face ID: Use Touch ID or your passcode. 
    • Apple Watch: Double-click the side button.
    • Mac with Touch ID: Follow the prompts on the Touch Bar and place your finger on Touch ID. If Touch ID is off, tap the Apple Pay icon on the Touch Bar and follow the prompts on the screen.
    • Mac without Touch ID: Confirm the payment on your Bluetooth-connected iPhone or Apple Watch. Make sure that you're signed in with the same Apple ID on all devices.
  5. When your payment is successful, you'll see Done and a tick on the screen.

  1. In addition to accepting Apple Pay, the merchant must accept your payment card and payment network.
  2. In China mainland, you can only use Apple Pay on the web in Safari on a compatible iPhone and iPad with the latest version of iOS or iPadOS.
  3. In Italy, you can use your iPhone and Apple Watch to make Apple Pay purchases in stores with your Maestro card. Maestro cards can't be used within apps and on the web. In the Netherlands, you can add Maestro cards to all compatible devices except Mac.

Information about products not manufactured by Apple, or independent websites not controlled or tested by Apple, is provided without recommendation or endorsement. Apple assumes no responsibility with regard to the selection, performance or use of third-party websites or products. Apple makes no representations regarding third-party website accuracy or reliability. Contact the vendor for additional information.

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Источник: https://support.apple.com/en-au/HT201239

How to Use Apple Pay on iPhone 12

What to Know

  • Double-press the button on the right side of the phone, authorize with your Face ID, and then hold your phone near the payment terminal.
  • Inside Apple Wallet, tap + to add a new payment card; cards tied to your Apple account may already be listed.

The article includes instructions on how to set up Apple Pay on an iPhone 12 and how to use it to make payments at NFC terminals.

How to Use Apple Pay on iPhone 13

How to Set Up Apple Pay on iPhone 12

Apple Pay is a handy feature of recent iPhones, and of course it's available on iPhone 12. If you've never used it before, here's a quick guide to getting it set up.

  1. To find Apple Pay, tap Utilities > Wallet.

  2. An explanation of how Apple Pay works appears on the screen. Read it and then tap Continue.

  3. Tap Credit or Debit Card to select an existing card or add a new card.

  4. If there are cards tied to your Apple account, they will appear on the next screen. If one of those is the card you want to use, select it.

  5. To add a new card, tap Add a Different Card.

    If you have no cards attached to your account, you may only have the option to add a new card.

  6. You'll be prompted to scan a card. Do that, and then tap Continue.

    If the card won't scan, you can also enter the card information manually.

  7. You'll be promoted to add the security code for the card. Do that and tap Continue.

  8. Once the card has been added, you'll receive a confirmation screen. Tap Continue.

    You may be prompted to read and agree to the Terms and Conditions. If so, read through the provided information and tap Agree. If you tap Disagree you won't be able to add your payment card.

  9. Another explanation screen appears that outlines how to use Apple Pay. Read it and tap Continue to return to your Wallet.

How to Use Apple Pay in Stores

Once you've added at least one card to your Apple Wallet, you can then use Apple Pay in participating stores to make contactless payments. This only works in stores that accept Apple Pay. You'll know they do when you see one of the Apple Pay symbols.

When you see one of those symbols then follow these instructions:

  1. Double-press the side button on the right side of the iPhone 12.

  2. Apple pay opens to your default card. Hold your phone up and authenticate the transaction with using Face ID.

    You can also use a different card if you have more than one in your wallet. Once your default card appears, tap it and then choose the card you want to use.

  3. Then hold the phone near the payment terminal until you see Done and a blue checkmark displayed on your screen.

How to Change Your Default Card in Apple Pay on iPhone 12

If you only have one card in Apple Pay, it becomes your default payment card. When you add other cards or change cards, you might want to set a different card as the default.

The easiest way to do it is to open the Wallet, and then tap and hold the card you want to make your default. Then, drag that card to the front of all the cards you have listed. This will make it the default.

If you're having trouble with this method, here's an alternative way to make a different card the default:

  1. Open the Settings app.

  2. Scroll down and tap Wallet & Apple Pay.

  3. Tap Default Card.

  4. Select the new card you want to use as a default.

    The next time that you double-press the side button to initiate Apple Pay, the card you selected as the new default will be the card that appears.

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Источник: https://www.lifewire.com/use-apple-pay-on-iphone-12-5084120

How to use Apple Pay on your Apple Watch, and make purchases by saving a credit or debit card to your watch

Apple Watch allows you to do many things without having to take out your iPhone  — like peeking at notifications, sending quick text responses, and dismissing iPhone alarms — and using Apple Pay is another example. 

First, you'll have to set up Apple Pay on your iPhone with a debit or credit card, and then you'll be able to use it for supported purchases directly on your Apple Watch. 

Here's how to do it. 

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How to set up Apple Pay on the Watch app for iPhone

You can add credit, debit, and prepaid cards to your Apple Watch in the Watch app on your iPhone. 

1. Open the Watch app for iPhone. Go to the My Watch tab.

2. Tap "Wallet & Apple Pay."

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3. Tap Add Card, then Continue.

4. For cards that have already been added to your iPhone, you'll be prompted to enter the card's security code to add it to your Apple Watch. For completely new cards, you can enter the information by positioning your card inside a square on the screen and taking a picture, or by manually entering in your card information (name, card number, expiration date, security code).

Type in your card info.
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5. After entering your card information, you'll be brought to a Terms and Conditions page. Review this page, then tap Agree to continue the setup process.

6. As your card is set up for Apple Pay, "Your bank or card issuer will verify your information and decide if you can use your card with Apple Pay," according to Apple. "If your bank or issuer needs more information to verify your card, they'll ask you for it."

  • In the case of my Capital One card, it required a verification code that was sent to my iPhone. As I was using the iPhone that the code was sent to via text message, it was automatically entered and completed the setup process.

7. Once you've successfully added a card to your Watch, you'll see a confirmation screen and the card will appear under "Payment Cards On Your Watch."

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How to use Apple Pay on your Apple Watch

Once you've added cards to your Apple Watch, you can use Apple Pay in a variety of ways.

1. When you're ready to pay at a store that accepts Apple Pay (indicated by these symbols), press the side button twice. This will pull up your default card.

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2. Hold your Apple Watch near the contactless reader, within a few centimeters, until you feel a soft tap.

3. Apple notes that "Depending on the store and transaction amount, you might need to sign a receipt or enter your PIN."

4. To pay with a different card, swipe left or right until you reach the card you'd like to use. Hold the Watch near the contactless reader.

5. To change your default card, go to the Wallet & Apple Pay page of the Watch app for iPhone and scroll to the Transaction Defaults section. Tap Default Card, then select a new default card. You can also enter a default shipping address, email, and phone number for autofill purposes in future transactions.

How to check your Apple Pay transaction history 

1. Open the Watch app for iPhone. Go to the My Watch tab, then tap Wallet & Apple Pay.

2. Tap on the card you'd like to see transactions for, then tap Transactions.

3. Make sure Transaction History is turned on. You'll see a list of latest transactions here.

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4. Note that the amounts you see may be initial authorization amounts, which may differ from the final transaction amount. To see final transaction amounts, check your credit or debit card statement.

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Источник: https://www.businessinsider.com/how-to-use-apple-pay-on-apple-watch

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Mobile payments and wearables

You can add your CommBank Debit Mastercard, CommBank World Debit Mastercard™, personal and business credit cards, and Visa Business Debit card. If you are an additional cardholder, you may add your eligible Commonwealth Bank credit card provided it is Mastercard branded. Visa credit cards how to pay with your phone commbank iphone to additional cardholders may be eligible, however, a transaction limit of $100 will apply.
Some CommBank cards are ineligible including Keycard, Travel Money Card, Mastercard Business Debit Card, Corporate Card.

Backed by our 100% security guarantee. Our 100% security guarantee protects you from unauthorised transactions on personal and business accounts when you protect how you access your accounts and tell us if something is wrong. Tell me more. 

The CommBank app is free to download however your mobile network provider charges you for accessing data on your phone. Find out about the minimum operating system requirements on the CommBank app page. Terms and conditions are available on the app. NetBank access with NetCode SMS is required. Full terms and conditions available on the CommBank app.

Apple, the Apple logo, Apple Pay, Apple Watch, MacBook Pro, iPad and iPhone are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.

Samsung Pay and Google Pay are free to download however your mobile network provider may charge you how to pay with your phone commbank iphone accessing data on your phone. 

Google Pay is currently available for Android running 5.0 (Lollipop) or higher with a Near Field Communication (NFC) antenna and Host Card Emulation (HCE) support. Full terms and conditions available on the Google Pay app.

Samsung Pay is available on Samsung Galaxy S6 and above, Note5, Note8, A5, A7, J5 Pro and J7 Pro phones and Samsung Gear S2 and above and Sport wearables. Full terms and conditions available on the Samsung Pay app. 

A Visa or Mastercard debit card attached to an Australian bank account is required to use the Beem It app. Digital Wallet Pty Ltd ABN 93 625 272 475 is the issuer and provider of the Beem It facility.

Before downloading the app please consider the Product Disclosure Statement and Terms and Conditions, available at www.beemit.com.au. As this advice has been prepared without considering your objectives, financial situation or needs, you should, before acting on it, consider the facility's appropriateness to your circumstances.

The advice on this website has been prepared how to pay with your phone commbank iphone considering your objectives, financial situation or needs. Because of that, you should, before acting on the advice, consider its appropriateness to your circumstances. Please consider the terms and conditions for our Smart Access account available here or from any branch of the Commonwealth Bank. Please view our Financial Services Guide. Credit Card applications are subject to credit approval. Full terms and conditions will be included in our loan offer. Fees and charges apply. Commonwealth Bank of Australia ABN 48 123 123 124. Australian credit licence 234945.

Источник: https://www.commbank.com.au/digital-banking/mobile-payments-wearables.html

how to pay with your phone commbank iphone Commonwealth Bank goes live with Apple Pay

Apple iPhone users can now easily tap and go with their Commonwealth Bank credit cards and debit cards.

We've known that the Commonwealth Bank was set to announce Apple Pay compatibility in early 2019, how to pay with your phone commbank iphone the bank revealing late last year that it would launch with Apple Pay in January 2019.

At the time, it didn't confirm an exact date, but this morning it has announced availability for Apple Pay for Commonwealth Bank and Bankwest customers.

Up until now, if you wanted to use an iPhone to make contactless payments from a Commonwealth Bank account, you had to apply an NFC sticker to the back of your phone, and pay a one-off fee of $2.99 for the privilege.

Apple Pay launched in Australia all the way back in 2015 for American Express customers, with ANZ following suit. None of the other Big Four Australian banks followed suit, instead petitioning the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) to be granted access to the underlying NFC technology in Apple's products for their own apps.

The ACCC didn't see it that way, rejecting the appeal, but leaving the way open for each bank to negotiate terms with Apple individually.

The move means that Commonwealth Bank customers can access all three major contactless payment systems, as Samsung Pay and Google Pay were previously already available to use if you had a Samsung ode to the west wind imagery or NFC-enabled Android device.

Which Apple devices can use Apple Pay with the Commonwealth Bank?

If you've got a reasonably recent Apple device, you should be good to go with Apple Pay and your Commonwealth Bank account.

Apple Pay relies on Near Field Communication chips built into every iPhone from the iPhone 6 onwards, although if you are still rocking an iPhone 5 or iPhone 5c you may be able to access the service via an Apple Watch, albeit with a lower level of security due to the lack of TouchID.

Apple Pay is also available on iPad devices, but that's not with the idea that you'll bring your hefty iPad Pro to the supermarket; instead, it's used for online purchases with either TouchID or FaceID (depending on your iPad model) used for verification purposes.

How do I add my Commonwealth Bank card to Apple Pay?

Apple Pay exists as its own app on compatible iOS devices, so adding your card should be a relatively painless affair. All you should need to do is open the app, add the details on your existing Commonwealth Bank credit or debit card to the app, and then confirm via an SMS message in order to enable your iOS device for Apple Pay purchases.

You can compare all of the Australian credit cards with Apple Pay in our guide here, and see which debit cards can be linked to Apple Pay in this guide.

Latest credit cards headlines

Picture: Commonwealth Bank

Источник: https://www.finder.com.au/commonwealth-bank-goes-live-with-apple-pay

CBA’s Comyn warns on Apple’s ‘tremendous market power’

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Commonwealth Bank chief executive Matt Comyn has sounded a warning over Apple’s growing dominance in digital wallets, accusing the technology giant of choking off competition in a key part of the payments market.

Appearing before a parliamentary inquiry on Tuesday, Mr Comyn said Apple controlled 80 per cent of the market for tap-and-go payments made through smartphones, and warned such market power should be a concern to lawmakers.

The chief of the country’s largest bank also said Apple paid “very minimal” corporate taxes in Australia, and said it made no contribution to the cost of sustaining payments infrastructure.

Digital wallets, which allow consumers to make tap-and-go purchases, have surged in popularity during COVID-19, and CBA believes they will become the most popular union bank of mena wickes ar of contactless payment by the end of this year.

Mr Comyn said the restrictions that Apple placed on the iPhone’s technology, in contrast to Google’s more open approach, were stifling competition because they stopped banks and fintechs from developing their own iPhone digital wallets.

“The thought that a single provider could have 80 per cent market share in an individual market is usually cause for concern. I’d be the first to say they make fantastic products, but this is a company that’s market cap is double Australia’s gross domestic product,” Mr Comyn said.

“They make great products, they’re an enormous company, they have tremendous market power, and they how to pay with your phone commbank iphone it.”

Apple is both a partner and a competitor for banks. The lenders, several of which had an unsuccessful battle with the tech giant last decade, pay Apple an undisclosed fee in return for being able to provide its payment service Apple Pay. Mr Comyn said providing Apple Pay was now seen as “largely essential” for banks.

Specifically, Mr Comyn took aim at Apple’s policy of restricting third parties’ access to the near-field communication (NFC) chip on the iPhone, which allows tap-and-go payments through a handset. To access the chip, banks must send payments via Apple Pay. Google does not have such restrictions, and nor does it charge banks for its payment service.

Mr Comyn said Apple’s restrictions over access to the NFC chip meant the bank was unable to develop effective digital wallets to compete with Apple Pay.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s executive general manager for exemptions and digital, Tom How to pay with your phone commbank iphone, said access to the NFC could potentially be a major competition issue, though it had not done a “deep dive” on the topic.

Against CBA’s concerns, the regulator must also consider the pro-competition effect of technology giants disrupting the financial sector.

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Apple was invited to appear before the committee, chaired by Liberal National Party MP Andrew Wallace. However, it declined on the basis it has provided a submission and answered questions on notice instead.

In its submission to the committee, Apple said its policies on access to the NFC chip were in part driven by security concerns. However, Mr Comyn questioned this claim by saying CBA’s data showed there was no difference in fraud rates between different types of digital wallets.

“Given their enormous resources and technical capability I find it difficult to believe that they couldn’t provide reasonable access in a secure way,” Mr Comyn said.

Another issue explored by the committee is Apple’s secrecy over the fees it charges banks. The company bans banks from disclosing the percentage fee that Apple takes on Apple Pay transactions, but Mr Comyn suggested the bank could provide further information on the fees if a request came from regulators.

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CBA, Westpac and National Australia Bank tried to launch a collective boycott of Apple over access to the NFC chip in the iPhone in 2016, but the consumer watchdog rejected their request.

Since then, however, regulators in Europe have taken a harder stance on Apple’s practices, while Mr Comyn said there could also be lessons to be drawn from the media bargaining code introduced in response to the market power of global giants Facebook and Google.

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Источник: https://www.smh.com.au/business/banking-and-finance/cba-s-comyn-warns-on-apple-s-tremendous-market-power-20210727-p58dd8.html

Commonwealth Bank in Australia Now Supports Apple Pay

Today is a big day for Apple’s mobile payment option, with news that another major bank in Australia is supporting it.

Australia’s Commonwealth Bank has confirmed that it is now supporting Second round of stimulus check update Pay. And to make sure it’s all officially official, Apple’s landing page for the mobile payment option now lists the Commonwealth Bank as a supported partner. The addition isn’t too much of a surprise, though, with Commonwealth teasing the adoption of the how to pay with your phone commbank iphone payment option back in December of last year.

Still, it hasn’t been a fight. Apple has been arguing with banks in Australia for quite some time. Most of those banks wanted access to the NFC capabilities of the iPhone before they would allow support for Apple Pay. Fees also played a huge deal in those finalized negotiations united business bank new mexico well. Whatever happened behind-the-scenes, it looks like Commonwealth Bank and Apple have figured it out, allowing the support for customers out in the real world beginning today.

Apple Pay officially launched in Australia back in November of 2015. Since then it’s been very, very slow on the adoption scale for banks for the reasons mentioned above. It wouldn’t be until August of 2016 before one of the big banks in the country, ANZ, would officially launch support for the mobile payment option.

But here we are in 2019 and now Commonwealth Bank, among many others, are now on board with Apple Pay in Australia.

In other Apple Pay news, Apple recently announced it’s rolling out to Target retail stores, along with Taco Bell and Jack In The Box fast food places, among other locations in the United States.

How often do you use Apple Pay these days?

Источник: https://www.iphonehacks.com/2019/01/commonwealth-bank-aus-apple-pay.html

Set up Apple Pay

To set up Apple Pay, add a credit, debit or prepaid card to the Wallet app on your iPhone, Apple Watch or other compatible device.

To use Apple Pay, you need:

You can add up to 12 cards on most devices, and up to eight cards on some older models.

How to add a card for Apple Pay on your iPhone

Add a new debit or credit card to the Wallet app, or add a card you previously used on a device associated with your Apple ID.

Add a new card on your iPhone

  1. In the Wallet app, tap the Add button the add button.
  2. Tap Debit or Credit Card.
  3. Tap Continue.
  4. Follow the steps on the screen to add a new card. If prompted, choose your bank or card issuer from the list or find them using the search bar.
  5. Verify your information with your bank or card issuer. They may ask you to provide additional information or to download an app before approving your card for use with Apple Pay.
  6. If you have a paired Apple Watch, you have the option to also add the card to your watch.

Add a previous card on your iPhone

  1. In the Wallet app, tap the Add button the add button.
  2. Tap Previous Cards to see cards that you previously added to the Wallet app.
  3. Choose the card or cards that you want to add and tap Continue.
  4. Follow the steps on the screen to add your card.
  5. If necessary, verify your information with your bank or card issuer. They may ask you to provide additional information or to download an app before approving your card for use with Apple Pay.
  6. If you have a paired Apple Watch, you have the option to also add the card to your watch.

Find out what to do if you can't add your card to Wallet.

Once you've added your card, you can start using Apple Pay.

To remove a card from the Previous Cards screen, tap Edit > Remove button  > Delete. Then, tap Delete Card to confirm and remove the card from all of your how to pay with your phone commbank iphone alt=" " src="https://support.apple.com/library/content/dam/edam/applecare/images/en_US/mac_apps/itunes/divider.png">

How to add a card for Apple Pay on your Apple Watch

You can add a new roslyn savings bank east meadow or credit card, or a card you previously used on a device associated with your Apple ID, directly on your Apple Watch. You can also add a card with the Apple Watch app on your paired iPhone.

Add a card for Apple Pay on your Apple Watch

  1. On your Apple Watch, open the Wallet app.
  2. Scroll down and tap Add Card.
  3. Tap Debit or Credit Card to add a new card, or tap Previous Card to choose a card that you previously added to the Wallet app.
  4. Tap Continue.
  5. Follow the steps on the screen to enter your card how to pay with your phone commbank iphone and add your card.
  6. If necessary, verify your information with your bank or card issuer using the Apple Watch app on your paired iPhone. They may ask you to provide additional information or to download an app before approving your card for use with Apple Pay.

Apple Watches managed with Family Setup may not be able to add cards directly on the Apple Watch.

Add a card for Apple Pay with the Apple Watch app on your iPhone

  1. On your paired iPhone, open the Apple Watch app.
  2. In the My Watch tab, tap Wallet & Apple Pay.
  3. Tap Add Card.
  4. Tap Debit or Credit Card to add a new card, or tap Previous Card to choose a card that you previously added to the Wallet app.
  5. Tap Continue.
  6. Follow the steps on the screen to add your card.
  7. If necessary, verify your information with the bank or card issuer. They may ask you to provide additional information or to download an app before approving your card for use with Apple Pay.

Find out what to do if you can't add your card to Wallet.

Once you've added your card, you can start using Apple Pay.

How to add a card for Apple Pay on your Mac or iPad

  1. Open Wallet settings on your device.
    • On your Mac model with Touch ID, go to System Preferences > Wallet & Apple Pay.
    • On your iPad, go to Settings > Wallet & Apple Pay.
  2. Tap Add Card.3,4
  3. Follow the steps on the screen to add a card.
  4. Verify your information with your bank or card issuer. They may ask for more information.

Find out what to do if you can't add your card to Wallet.

Once you've added your card, you can start using Apple Pay.

On Mac models without built-in Touch ID, you can complete your purchase using Apple Pay on your compatible iPhone or Apple Watch: On your iPhone, go to Settings > Wallet & Apple Pay and turn on Allow Payments on Mac.

  1. Make sure that you sign in to iCloud on all your devices. On your iOS device, b of a online sign need to set up Face ID, Touch ID or a passcode. On your Apple Watch, you need to set up a passcode. If you sign out of iCloud or remove your passcode, all credit, debit, prepaid, travel and student ID cards will be removed from that device.
  2. If you're under the age of 13, Apple Pay isn't available and you can't add a card in the Wallet app. Age varies by country or region.
  3. In China mainland, you can use Apple Pay on the web in Safari only on compatible iPhone and iPad models using iOS 11.2 or later. In the Netherlands, you can use Apple Pay on the web only on a compatible iPhone or iPad.
  4. In Italy, you can't add Maestro cards to iPad or Mac. In Australia, you can't add eftpos cards to your iPad or Mac. In the Netherlands, you can add Maestro cards to all compatible devices except Mac.

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Источник: https://support.apple.com/en-au/HT204506

Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) has selected Giesecke & Devrient (G&D) to provide commercial cloud payment solution for the bank’s newly launched HCE (Host Card Emulation) enabled contactless payments service.

The CBA mobile payment service will use G&D’s Convego CloudPay solution and will form a part of CBA’s CommBank mobile banking application.

Convego CloudPay solution will comprise a CloudPay Server and CloudPay Client with the server providing an online interface to CBA and the CloudPay Client, a secure software library integrated into CBA’s CommBank app, will offer a secure storage for the payment card data and payment engine to execute mobile transactions.

The G&D CloudPay service will provide for the provisioning and life-cycle management of the how to pay with your phone commbank iphone payment cards santander bank hours the end users’ smart-phones.

The new service will enrich CBA´s broad mobile services offering customers secure mobile payments at all contactless enabled merchant locations across the country.

G&D member of the management board and head of the mobile security business unit Stefan Auerbach said: "After the successful CBA releases of contactless mobile payments on the iPhone and the Samsung Galaxy S4, G&D now provides the technology and expertise for one of the world´s first commercial roll outs of a Cloud HCE based mobile payments on Android smartphones."

Источник: https://www.electronicpaymentsinternational.com/news/cba-chooses-gd-for-hce-enabled-mobile-banking-240315-4538835/
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