Samsung has announced that their Samsung Pay mobile payment system is coming to Malaysia, Russia and Thailand.
Samsung will launch in these new countries before the end of the year and that will mean that their mobile payment service will be available in a total of 10 countries.
When we introduced online payments in South Korea last year, the service was well received by the market. Online payments accounted for more than 25 percent of the 2 trillion won in processed transactions, demonstrating that consumers may be actively looking for solutions to make their online experiences faster, simpler and secure,” said Thomas Ko, VP and Global GM, Samsung Pay, Mobile Communications Business at Samsung Electronics. “By partnering with Masterpass in the U.S. and rolling out online payments globally, we will simplify the online transaction experience by eliminating the need for customers to fill out tedious online checkout forms, remember long passwords or fumble for their wallets.”
Samsung has also announced that it has teamed up with Mastercard to offer the quick checkout solution through Masterpass, you can find out more details at the link below.
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