Customers can now use their virtual cards in Samsung Pay, Apple Pay, Garmin Pay and Fitbit Pay as well as in the bank’s own tap- and scan-to-pay solution.
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Samsung’s tap-and-pay service is coming to more banks. The company said on Monday that Samsung Pay will soon work for Investec and Discovery Bank account holders.
FNB and RMB Private Bank customers who own a compatible Samsung smart device now have the option to use Samsung Pay to make secure contactless payments.
Samsung’s tap-and-go payments platform, Samsung Pay, is now live in a trial phase for Standard Bank customers. This follows the soft-launch of the service earlier this month with Absa.
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Samsung Pay went live in South Africa on Tuesday in beta form, with Absa clients getting exclusive access and Standard Bank to follow “soon”. Nafisa Akabor put it to the test.
After 18 months of false starts, it appears that Samsung is finally almost ready to launch its smartphone payments platform in South Africa.
Samsung Electronics has pushed out the launch of its mobile payments and digital wallet service to the third quarter of 2017. The company had said in August 2016, at the local launch of the ill-fated Galaxy Note7
Head of mobile at Samsung in Southern Africa Craige Fleischer sat down with TechCentral editor Duncan McLeod to talk about the launch of the company’s new flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S8, in South Africa. The
Samsung Electronics is involved in detailed work with South African banks to launch the company’s Samsung Pay mobile payment and digital wallet service locally next year. The company’s South African