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TD (Canada)


The TD app (Canada) provides quick, easy, secure access to your TD accounts, helpful information, and with convenient tools like TD Mobile Deposit and TD Mobile Payment*, we've made your TD app even better to help you manage your money. The TD mobile app is free to download, however standard wireless carrier message and data rates may apply.

Banking benefits
• Manage your money with secure, password protected access to your chequing, savings, credit, and investment accounts.
• Transfer funds between your TD Canada Trust Canadian and U.S. dollar accounts in real-time using up-to-the-minute foreign exchange rates.
• Save time depositing cheques with TD Mobile Deposit.
• TD Cross-Border Banking customers can access their U.S.-based accounts with TD Bank, America's Most Convenient Bank.
• Quickly locate TD Canada Trust branches, ATMs, TD Investor Centers in Canada and TD Bank stores and ATMs in the U.S.

Investment advantages
• Monitor your investments by checking account balances, list orders, holdings and activity.
• View and manage watchlists and get real-time quotes for stocks, ETFs, and mutual funds.
• Trade stocks and exchange-traded funds.

TD Mobile Payment:
Using a supported phone and a linked eligible TD Credit Card, make everyday purchases (up to $50 or $100 for some merchants) with just your phone. Requires a Near field communication (NFC) SIM card and an active account with Bell Mobility, Rogers Wireless, or TELUS Mobility with data access. Supported with official Android OS, upgrade may be required.

Currently supported on the following NFC capable phones:
• Samsung Galaxy S5
• Samsung Galaxy S4
• Samsung Galaxy Note III
• HTC One (M7)
• Samsung Galaxy S3
• Samsung Galaxy Note II

To obtain a NFC SIM, you can order online:
• Bell Mobility: http://www.bell.ca/Mobility/Products/NFC-SIM-Micro-SIM-Combo-Card
• Rogers Wireless: http://www.rogers.com/web/content/sim-cart
• TELUS Mobility: http://www.telus.com/nfcsim

* Upon initiation of the service, TD collects your mobile phone number and carrier, and device related technical information including device type, operating system, Integrated Circuit Card Identifier (ICCID), which identifies your SIM card, and shares such information with your mobile carrier to determine your eligibility to use TD Mobile Payment. TD Mobile Payment only reads text messages (SMS) sent from TD. This allows TD to enable you to open the TD app directly from the notification that your card has been added or passcode has been reset. TD will not read any other text message.

The TD app is free to download, however an NFC SIM card may need to be purchased from your carrier in order to use TD Mobile Payment. Standard wireless carrier message and data rates may apply.

Recent changes:
What's New in Version 6.1
How we've made it better:
- TD Mobile Deposit: deposit your cheques by taking a photo with your smartphone in a snap. Visit the TD Mobile Deposit page to see how it works.
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About TD (Canada)
The TD app (Canada) provides quick, easy, secure access to your TD accounts, helpful information, and with convenient tools like TD Mobile Deposit and TD Mobile Payment*, we've made your TD app even better to help you manage your money. The TD mobile app is free to download, however standard wireless carrier message and data rates may apply.

Banking benefits
• Manage your money with secure, password protected access to your chequing, savings, credit, and investment accounts.
• Transfer funds between your TD Canada Trust Canadian and U.S. dollar accounts in real-time using up-to-the-minute foreign exchange rates.
• Save time depositing cheques with TD Mobile Deposit.
• TD Cross-Border Banking customers can access their U.S.-based accounts with TD Bank, America's Most Convenient Bank.
• Quickly locate TD Canada Trust branches, ATMs, TD Investor Centers in Canada and TD Bank stores and ATMs in the U.S.

Investment advantages
• Monitor your investments by checking account balances, list orders, holdings and activity.
• View and manage watchlists and get real-time quotes for stocks, ETFs, and mutual funds.
• Trade stocks and exchange-traded funds.

TD Mobile Payment:
Using a supported phone and a linked eligible TD Credit Card, make everyday purchases (up to $50 or $100 for some merchants) with just your phone. Requires a Near field communication (NFC) SIM card and an active account with Bell Mobility, Rogers Wireless, or TELUS Mobility with data access. Supported with official Android OS, upgrade may be required.

Currently supported on the following NFC capable phones:
• Samsung Galaxy S5
• Samsung Galaxy S4
• Samsung Galaxy Note III
• HTC One (M7)
• Samsung Galaxy S3
• Samsung Galaxy Note II

To obtain a NFC SIM, you can order online:
• Bell Mobility: http://www.bell.ca/Mobility/Products/NFC-SIM-Micro-SIM-Combo-Card
• Rogers Wireless: http://www.rogers.com/web/content/sim-cart
• TELUS Mobility: http://www.telus.com/nfcsim

* Upon initiation of the service, TD collects your mobile phone number and carrier, and device related technical information including device type, operating system, Integrated Circuit Card Identifier (ICCID), which identifies your SIM card, and shares such information with your mobile carrier to determine your eligibility to use TD Mobile Payment. TD Mobile Payment only reads text messages (SMS) sent from TD. This allows TD to enable you to open the TD app directly from the notification that your card has been added or passcode has been reset. TD will not read any other text message.

The TD app is free to download, however an NFC SIM card may need to be purchased from your carrier in order to use TD Mobile Payment. Standard wireless carrier message and data rates may apply.

Recent changes:
What's New in Version 6.1
How we've made it better:
- TD Mobile Deposit: deposit your cheques by taking a photo with your smartphone in a snap. Visit the TD Mobile Deposit page to see how it works.

User reviews of TD (Canada)
This is basically a shitty version of TD's shitty website.
Sep 4, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
4 days ago
Needs more device support Recently lost support for nvidia shield. I admit it was a pain have to hold my shield portable sideways but better than not having access to my banking quickly.
A Google User
4 days ago
Td app I love this app a lot.
A Google User
4 days ago
Functionality with no style. App does what it's meant to. Dated interface. Should add NFC support for new Moto X (2014).
A Google User
4 days ago
Need to support KitKat SecureElement API, remove whitelist! Currently instead of simply checking device capabilities and using a blacklist for phones known to not work, TD is using a whitelist. This means that any innumerable number of NFC phones that WOULD WORK WITH MOBILE PAYMENT JUST FINE are being blocked. I have a OnePlus One with an NFC phone AND and NFC SIM card, yet my phone is blocked from using this function - while Google Wallet works just fine and dandy because they don't use this silly whitelist. The app needs to be updated to use the KitKat API to remove the need for a SecureElement totally and work with ANY device.
A Google User
4 days ago
No support for other NFC enabled devices