The new Samsung Pay is more than just a wallet, it’s an all-inclusive tool that will allow you to store cards from different sources. With this app on your phone or tablet, there are no longer any excuses for carrying around multiple wallets!
Not only does the service work with American Express®, Discover®, and MasterCard® but also Visa card networks in conjunction with top U.S banks – so whether you need plastic payment abilities or not (or even if they charge higher rates), NFC transactions at merchants near me should get easier now thanks to one easy download away.
Samsung Pay is a safe way to pay. It’s accepted at millions of places, securely encrypted so your card information can never be accessed by hackers or thieves with their credit cards! You don’t even need an account- just use fingerprint authentication when making purchases in stores on mobile devices as well as online through participating merchant apps like many major retailers’ shopping portal sites like Groupon.
With Samsung’s extra layers o security each transaction is covered by fraud prevention and iris scan. The app allows you not only to buy things but also to discover deals – gift cards promotions offer from thousands of local & national stores across America.
- Only compatible with select cards and participating banks and qualifying Samsung devices. Some features may not be available in some countries.
- Enjoy your day and a quick reminder that Samsung Pay is now available on more phones! You can find out if the phone you want to buy supports it by checking this website, which lists all compatible models.
- The input text was about smartphones* with NFC (Near Field Communication) technology like; Galaxy S21 5G, S21+ 5G, S21 Ultra 5G, Note20, Note20 Ultra, S20, S20+, S20 Ultra, Note10+, Note10 5G, S10, S10+, S10e, S10 5G, Note9, S9, S9+, Note8,S8, S8+, Z Flip 5G, Z Fold2 5G, Fold, Z Flip, A51, A51 5G, A50, A71 5G.
- The output summary covers these devices as well while also mentioning other brands including Apple who has announced plans for iPhone acceptance in China soon after its annual conference last week where they showcased new features such as Face ID instead of TouchID.