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How do I pay for my ride with Apple Pay using my UOB Delight Debit Card?

Who can assist me by explaining how I can get to use Apple Pay to pay for my bus ride, I own a UOB Delight Debit Card by the way?

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    With your iPhone 8 or earlier versions, just make sure that your device is on before you enter the gate. It doesn't need to be connected to a network. This pulls up your default card. If this is not a MasterCard, then select your MasterCard. To change your default card go to Settings > Wallet & Apple Pay on your iPhone. Tap Default Card, then choose a MasterCard. As you approach a fare gate or board the bus, double-click the Home button with your device on the Lock screen. Rest your finger on Touch ID. You'll see Hold near the Reader on the screen. Within a minute, hold the top of your iPhone near the contactless reader at the transit gate. After a moment, you'll see done and a checkmark on the display. With your iPhone X or later versions just make sure that your device is on before you enter the gate. It doesn't need to be connected to a network. This pulls up your default card. If this is not a MasterCard, select your MasterCard now. To change your default card go to Settings > Wallet & Apple Pay on your iPhone. Tap Default Card, then choose a MasterCard. As you approach a fare gate or board the bus, double-click the side button. Glance at your iPhone X, iPhone XS, iPhone, XS Max, or iPhone XR to authenticate with Face ID or enter your passcode. Hold the top of your iPhone X, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, or iPhone XR near the contactless reader at the transit gate. After a moment, you'll see done and a checkmark on the display. If you wish to use your Apple Watch then double-click the side button, hold the display of your Apple Watch within an inch of the contactless reader, Wait until you feel a gentle tap, tap top part of iPhone with display facing customer to transact.

    2019.08.01 6:55

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