Samsung has announced that it is launching its Samsung Pay mobile payment system in Malaysia and it has teamed up with Citibank, CIMB and Standard Chartered for the launch.
The company also said that Hong Leong Bank would also be offering support for Samsung Pay shortly and more the in future.
“We are pleased to bring Samsung Pay to Malaysia – a country which is embarking on an ambitious and exciting path towards a cashless society. Even as we launch this service, however, we must be mindful of how consumer expectations and needs are changing. More and more, consumers are not just looking for a payment service, but an upgrade to their wallets to create a truly digital experience for everyday transactions and activities,” said Thomas Ko, Vice President and Global GM of Samsung Pay at Samsung Electronics. “We envision that Samsung Pay will continue to push the boundaries of what is capable with a phone, and create a truly mobile wallet. We look forward to developing and evolving Samsung Pay and bringing the benefits of this change to our users.”
You can find out more details about the launch of Samsung Pay in Malaysia at the link below.
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