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Samsung has announced that following feedback from its customers, it will be removing advertisements from its proprietary apps by the end of this year. The move will likely be welcomed by many.
Ecosia has announced that it now partially owns TreeCard, a firm that makes wooden debit cards. The search provider said that purchases with the card will fund its tree-planting efforts worldwide.
Samsung Pay launches in Germany under an open beta scheme with a limited set of flagship devices. The partnership with Visa and Solarisbank AG ensures it will work with almost every bank account.
Samsung today announced that TransferWise customers in the U.K. can add their debit cards to Samsung Pay. Supported cards are TransferWise debit Mastercard and debit Mastercard for Business.
Samsung has provided more details about its Samsung Money debit card program for which it has partnered with SoFi and Mastercard. The debit card will be available in the U.S. from later this summer.
Last month we reported about rumours of Google Pay Card and now Samsung has officially announced its own debit card. Earlier today, Samsung published a blog post celebrating 5 years of Samsung Pay.
Samsung appears to have started rolling out dark mode for Samsung Pay, at least in India. For now, it doesn't seem to be available for all, and users are advised to check for the app's latest version.
Starting today, Samsung Pay users in the U.S. will be able to make cross border payments and money transfers to 47 other countries. This is a result of Samsung forming a partnership with Finablr.
Samsung has been sending users notification ads via a couple of its apps announcing the Galaxy Note10 series. Users took to Twitter to complain about the unwarranted advertisements.
Samsung recently announced the Galaxy Watch. Despite it being better in many ways to the Gear S3, the watch does have one thing missing when compared to its predecessor. So does MST's absence matter?
Samsung's mobile payment service continues to grow and evolve, and soon users will be able to get a percentage of their money back when making a purchase using the Samsung Pay app at select retailers.
Nearly a year after its announcement, PayPal has announced that Samsung Pay users can now start making payments using the service with their PayPal accounts. The update is now rolling out.
Samsung is now allowing all Mexicans to use its Samsung Pay service as of today. This full launch comes on the heels of a "soft launch" in November which required you to register first, now it's open.
Samsung has officially launched Samsung Pay in Mexico. Customers interested in the service can register for it; once approved, they can connect their cards and pay using their mobile devices.
Samsung's mobile payment solution, Samsung Pay, had 6.44 million monthly users in September in the firm's home market, says industry tracker WiseApp, doubled compared to last year statistics
Those that bank with Wells Fargo will be happy to know that the firm is moving forward with plans to offer support for mobile wallets like Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, and Android Pay.
It is being rumored that Samsung may offer its mobile payments technology, Samsung Pay, to other smartphone manufacturers in the hopes of building omnipresence and dominating the mobile phone market.
Following the service's launch several months ago in the UK, Samsung Pay can now be used via Gear S3 smartwatches with NFC payment terminals. However, MST support remains unavailable in the country.
Samsung and PayPal have come to a new agreement which will allow Samsung Pay users to spend from their PayPal accounts, and merchants will be able to use a PayPal service to take Samsung Pay payments.
Having been announced almost two years ago, and Discover committing to deliver compatibility some time in 2016, the company's cardholders can finally make mobile payments via Samsung Pay.
Samsung Pay has finally launched in the UK, with support for cards issued by VISA and MasterCard. Samsung has also partnered with Transport for London, making Samsung devices work like an Oyster card.
Samsung's customer care executives in the UK have revealed that the company will be launching its payment platform in the country on May 16, more than a year since its original expected launch date.
The South Korean giant has announced that the proprietary mobile wallet platform, Samsung Pay, will be coming to four additional markets this month. A launch in Turkey in Q4 2017 is also rumored.
Following last month's launch in Malaysia, Samsung has today launched its mobile payment service in India with support for Mastercard and Visa cards issued by five banks in addition to Paytm wallets.
There have been rumors for quite some time that Samsung might be bringing its mobile payment platform to other Android devices. Unfortunately, Samsung Pay Mini is not that solution.
Samsung's Gear S3 offers a clever rotating bezel, GPS, and mobile payment via Samsung Pay. But can it overcome the common hurdles of a wearable that has earned the stigma of being redundant?
Samsung is rolling out the Nougat update to its Galaxy S7 and S7 edge in Russia and India - and in India, those who install the update will see a teaser hinting at the arrival of Samsung Pay.
Samsung's new upper-mid-range handset comes with an octa-core Snapdragon 625 SoC, 4GB RAM, 64GB storage, and a 'liquid cooling system' - but it's also shipping with Marshmallow rather than 7.0 Nougat.
We are a few months away from the rumored launch of the Galaxy S8 and it appears that 'Bixby' has been confirmed through Samsung's beta page. The page also might have revealed a new Pay alternative.
Samsung Pay, the company's mobile payment system, is yet to be rolled out in many markets around the world, but a report has revealed that it could launch in India sometime in the first half of 2017.
Samsung Pay, the company's mobile payments solution will not be available in the UK until 2017, as the Korean electronics giant is still in the process of partnering with various banks in the country.
If you own a Google Pixel and want to use Samsung Pay with your new Samsung Gear S3 - you're currently out of luck. According to Samsung, the payment system is currently not supported on Pixels.
Samsung Pay has processed over a 100 million transactions since its inception last year. Today, the company has announced plans to offer online and in-app payment support via MasterCard's Masterpass.
If you missed the $20 Samsung Pay promo that was offered with the Note7, you might be in luck. Samsung has unveiled a new promo, that is open to all new Samsung Pay users.
At a pre-IFA event in Berlin, Samsung has unveiled the third generation of its Gear S smartwatch, which now features LTE connectivity, NFC and support for mobile payments using Samsung Pay.
Samsung has marked the one year anniversary of its payments service by announcing that nearly 100M unique transactions have occurred. The service is set to expand to more countries later this year.
Samsung Pay will finally be coming to Australia soon, as the Korean company has scheduled a launch event for next week where it will reveal partners and rollout plans for the service.
Samsung, in partnership with China UnionPay, has launched its mobile payments system in the country, just over a month since Apple made its own service available in the world's largest market.