After Singapore, Samsung Pay Present in Malaysia

Samsung finally makes Samsung Pay mobile payment services that are available in Malaysia, though not officially.

After Singapore, Samsung Pay Present in Malaysia

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The South Korean company is currently conducting beta trials of such service, as reported by GSM Arena, Monday, December 12, 2016.

Currently, the only users of credit cards, debit, and prepaid Maybank Visa can access these services. While mobile devices that support the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge +, Galaxy S7, S7 edge Galaxy, Galaxy Note5, Galaxy A7 (2016), and the Galaxy A5 (2016).

Those interested in participating in the beta program can apply for registration. Samsung accepts new registrations till December 16, 2016.

Previously, Samsung has launched Samsung Pay in Singapore. The company announced that the service is available in retail stores at the beginning of the second quarter of 2016.

Samsung Pay has been available as a method of payment for bus and train fare since the end of March. Singapore is an important market, because it is the first step to Southeast Asia for that service.Samsung Pay partnership with American Express, MasterCard, and Visa and major banks in Singapore - DBS / POSB, OCBC Bank, and Standard Chartered - implying that the service will run on the majority of retail that has been serving the credit card after the completion launched.

In his announcement, Samsung said that based on his own research, 71 percent of Samsung users have shown interest in using Samsung Pay as they become available.

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