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 If by "banks" you mean "fees levied on customers". Banks don't pay for anything, we do.
 In Australia the limit is $100 for pinless, above that you are also required to enter a PIN after tapping.
 The POS system we use, you click EFTPOS as method of payment, it turns on the terminal with tap, swipe or insert. Smaller places with less advanced systems may have to go through manual entry but large retailers don't.
 ...and some of which will find it's way into Samsung's hardware. The technology that is, not the actual screens.
Bwahahahah, banks "caring" about their  customers, good one. We are cows to be milked of whatever they can get away with.
Their new waterproof version.
Samsung, such a wonderful company.   Innovative washing machines.
Perhaps these public servants, employed by the public should make their phones available unencrypted to whoever asks, after all as their employers we have the right to know that everything is above board.   Think of the children, paedophiles come from all walks of life, including police and the judiciary.   Then there are murderers, American police seem to have a high propensity for murdering people over minor infractions.
Spotify free is garbage in Australia, having had a trial of premium the music stopped on my phone when the trial finished unless I was on the same wifi network as my PC.   All you can do is browse the music.   Apple music has more content at the same price e.g. AC/DC and works well.
Like the US government going against Chinese companies that supply network equipment, e.g. Huawei.
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