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According to a recent report from the United States, Samsung Pay now supports eight more credit & debit card issuers for reliable transactions.

As we reported earlier that Samsung is all set to debut Samsung Pay services. We also reported that Samsung will be releasing more budget smartphones enabled with fingerprint sensor to support Samsung Pay. Samsung Pay has been launched already in some parts of the world. Samsung Pay is a major step by Samsung to launch a new innovation in helping the consumers to make transactions reliably. Samsung Pay is currently operational in many of parts of the US.

Recently, we have been reported that Samsung has added the support for eight additional credit & debit card issuers. The newly added credit & debit card issuers include:

  • Chase Visa® credit, debit and Liquid® cards
  • Navy Federal Credit Union Visa® credit and debit cards
  • Citizens Equity First Credit Union
  • Virginia Credit Union
  • Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union
  • State Employees’ Credit Union
  • SunTrust Credit Union
  • Security Service Federal Credit Union

The owners of credit cards which are issued by any of the issuers mentioned above can now register their credit cards with Samsung Pay, and make transactions without the use of their physical credit cards. Samsung Pay utilizes the NFC or MST features of the latest smartphones to make transactions for online shopping or retail shopping, making the whole process hassle-free and easier for the consumers.

The support for these credit card issuers might increase the influence of Samsung Pay in the United States. According to Samsung, Samsung Pay will be launching soon in the United Kingdom, Spain, and China in the upcoming course of weeks.

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