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Android Pay: Best mobile wallet yet?

Sienna Kossman

A self-proclaimed mobile wallet cynic, I thought I’d give Android Pay a fair chance by delving into its features to see if it can change my mind.
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I’m 23 and refuse to use my phone’s mobile wallet

Sienna Kossman

Even though a recent FICO survey revealed that millennials are more likely to use mobile wallets than other age groups, I’m perfectly happy swiping my old-fashioned plastic cards. Here’s why:
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Surviving on mobile wallets, Part 2: Apple Pay

Yasmin Ghahremani

In the second of a two-part blog series, CreditCards.com’s Yasmin Ghahremani tries to make all of her purchases for a week using only Apple Pay, the mobile wallet that works with iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. By the end, she’s eager to find a dining establishment that doesn’t have fluorescent lighting.
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Surviving on mobile wallets, Part 1: Google Wallet

Fred Williams

CreditCards.com’s Fred O. Williams and Yasmin Ghahremani decided to take the two main wallets for a test run. For one week, they sought to only use their phones for payments in a Google vs. Apple showdown. In Part 1, Williams describes his experiences with Google Wallet, and engages in some Apple trash talking.
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By blinding retailers, mobile payments may boost privacy

Kelly Dilworth

If Apple Pay and similar mobile payment systems catch on with enough people, it will help undermine the data broker industry, which has been collecting and selling people’s purchase histories for years. It may also help attract more privacy and security-conscious cardholders to mobile payments, which have struggled to gain traction with consumers.
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