Google Wallet to be accepted at more than 7,000 Subway stores by April
0. phoneArena posted on 14 Oct 2011, 15:52
A leaked screenshot of internal Subway email reveals that the sandwich shop plans on accepting the NFC powered Google Wallet for payment in 7,600 stores by this coming April 2012; some Subway units are already receiving the NFC enabled hardware required to accept the technology...
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1. GALAXY-S posted on 14 Oct 2011, 17:10 4 0
im still a little bit iffy about security issues with google wallet.. what if your phone gets stolen?
2. cupcake posted on 14 Oct 2011, 17:13 2 0
Definitely you would want a lock code and remote wipe.
5. Yeeee posted on 14 Oct 2011, 19:18 1 0
If someone finds my phone Ill let them buy all the subway they want as long as they return it after lol.
7. DarkOdyssey posted on 15 Oct 2011, 07:05 1 0
In addition to having a PIN to protect your Google wallet, you'd do the same thing as when you lost your real wallet: report your cards stolen and have new ones issued.
4. andro. posted on 14 Oct 2011, 18:25 5 1
islaves will be swiping their iphone 4s in front of the scanner and wondering why it hasn't taken payment and then realise that apple hasn't changed everything again again till some time next year with this added as the big new feature of the iphone 4ss
6. ivanko34 posted on 15 Oct 2011, 02:04 0 1
anyway they have already spent all their money buying the 4s
8. Paden posted on 15 Oct 2011, 12:16 0 0
When NFC and 4G (for that matter) become more developed, of course Apple will adopt it. I thought you guys would figure out the pattern by now... ?
9. Ben Marvin (unregistered) posted on 15 Oct 2011, 14:40 0 0
But I thought Apple was revolutionary and leading the business, not following behind and doing something after someone else adopts it first. Oh nevermind, they are.