I wish that Rogers cared more about its customers and especially those of us that take the time to participate in the community forum. We're all begging Rogers for some kind of word on this, but we're being completely ignored. It is so sad...a simple "we're working on it" or "we have no plans for this" or "we expect to announce something soon" would be nice.
@RogersAsif please, please, with sugar on top, throw the community members here a bone. Is Rogers Bank working on Apple Pay or Android Pay for its Mastercard product?
Thank you so much in advance.
Cashback cards are definitely the way to go. I think everybody wins in some way. Stores win because consumers might spend more knowing they are getting cashback. Consumers win because they are getting real discounts (cash is SO much better than hard to value and hard to redeem point systems). And yes, the credit card companies win with the increased spending and loyalty to a particular card as well.
The Rogers card is unique (from what I've seen) regarding out-of-country purchases and a good 'general rate'.
For a paid card, I like the Visa infinite momentum that pays 4% for groceries and gas, and well as good rates for drug stores and repeating purchases.
Rogers should be my best 'fall back' card when not hitting a key category. The problem is I now only carry a single physical card attached to a sleeve on my phone instead of a wallet ever since Apple Pay arrived. For me, that's the Visa due to the gas and groceries discount. Rogers is losing out on the big 'other category' spending simply because it's not on Apple Pay, and therefore not with me anymore. It seems they need to up the discounts or get on Apple Pay to make it back into my world.
And agree...some statement from Rogers would be super helpful.
I appreciate you trying to give some feedback here, but I have asked twice while on the phone with Rogers Bank. They just give the cheerful corporate non-answer, which is essentialy "no idea" and say that they are getting a lot of requests.
I have been a Rogers customer for years, on and off, and this refusal to tell their customers yes or no to this subject, is SO TYPICAL. Another fine Roger's experience, I am afraid. No respect from management for their customers who would like this feature.
We customers can live with the lack of Apple Pay support, but my other credit cards are getting a fine workout. One day soon, my Rogers MC will be going dormant, which is my way of responding to Rogers attitude and disrespect.
Hats off to the CEO of Tangerine who told us well back that they were working on support for Apple Pay!!! Common decency from a CEO is very positive to we customers.