Last January, the South Korean company Samsung announced the launch of its mobile payment service in the India. Later, he made just a few days, the company began to allow users that they inscribiesen to enjoy prior to Samsung Pay access, before its full release.
Now, those users who actually signed up, can use mobile payments service, which in practice means that Samsung Pay is now officially available in the India.
Use the service Samsung Pay in the India will require that users have one of the devices that are compatible with the service, such as the Galaxy S7 Edge, the S7 Galaxy, Galaxy S6 Edge +, Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy A7 of 2016 and the Galaxy A5 of 2016.
In addition, as it is logical, it will also be necessary to have a credit or debit card issued by any of the banks that already support Samsung Pay in the India. These compatible banks are Axis Bank, HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, SBI Cards, and Standard Chartered Bank. In addition, Samsung Pay application portfolio Paytm accounts can also be added.
Samsung Pay is a mobile payment service similar to Android Pay or Apple Pay that allows you to pay for purchases with compatible retailers. Unlike some of its rivals, uses both NFC as Magnetic Secure Transmission (MST), which means that payment service used in most of the stores, since MST is compatible with the vast majority of card readers.
Those who have registered to access anticipated in Samsung Pay in the India already can begin to use the service, but if you have not done so, you can visit the Samsung website to do so.