Pay In-Store with Samsung Pay - Almost
Samsung Pay offers a safe and simple way to make mobile payments
- and it works at virtually any retailer where there's a swipe or
tap-style terminal. It's currently available for Galaxy S6, S6
Edge, S6 Edge+, S7, S7 Edge, S7 Active and Note 5; for a list of
compatible smartphones, visit http://www.samsung.com/pay.
Samsung Pay works on new card readers as well as most of those
that have been in place for years, thanks to proprietary built-in
technology known as magnetic secure transmission (MST). It does not
yet, however, work for online or mobile purchases.
For the member, Samsung Pay works similar to Apple Pay and
Android Pay: existing credit or debit cards can be added to their
phone simply by using the phone's camera and taking a photo of the
card or by manually inputting card information. Contactless
payments can then be made - even when there's no active Internet
connection. The phone should, however, connect at least once per
day to ensure that Samsung Pay stays up
To authenticate a transaction, the user verifies their identity
with a biometric finger print authentication or a back-up PIN
as an alternate verification.to date and active.
Samsung Pay will be automatically installed through a software
update on supported smartphones. For details on how to get your
members enrolled and using your card for Samsung Pay, as well as
more information on security, card registration and technology,
click on a resource at the right.
To learn how easily you can introduce Samsung Pay to your
members, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-782-9042,