Samsung opens up public beta for ‘Samsung Pay’ mobile payment service
In a recent announcement, Samsung has revealed that it has commenced the rollout of its first beta for its 'Samsung Pay' mobile payments service in the US. A wider rollout of the service by Samsung is scheduled for next month.
Revealing that it has opened an invite-only public beta for the Samsung Pay mobile payment platform, Samsung said that only a limited number of participants will be accepted to take part in the Samsung Pay beta program.
According to Samsung, customers who are interested in test-driving the Samsung Pay mobile payments service should have one of the compatible Samsung handsets --- the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, or Galaxy Note 5.
Furthermore, another eligibility condition for participation in the Samsung Pay beta program is that interested customers should have an active Samsung account.
In addition, customers who wish to be enrolled for the Samsung Pay beta testing should also carry a US Bank card or a Bank of America card. Customers who have a qualifying card from Visa, MasterCard, Bank of America or US Bank Visa will also be able to participate on Samsung Pay beta program.
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