Samsung Pay arriving in South America next week; Brazil gets it first

15 July, 2016
Samsung has announced that its mobile payments service Samsung Pay will go live in Brazil next week - July 19 to be precise. This will make Brazil the first country in South America and eighth worldwide where the service is now available.

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  • AnonD-560885

Is there any news on when will it enter Malaysia or more generally Southeast Asia?

  • Jovan

Anonymous, 15 Jul 2016Yeah... like someone would be so naive as to share personal... moreIgnorant Apple sheep like you is what hampering tech and innovation from improving. Samsung pay is the best, most innovative, versatile and most useful amongst any other mobile payment solutions out there. There has never been a report of the info stored in it being abused even after it's being adopted by millions of people. Go to your restricted and limited Apple products of yours but don't spread such nonsense to other people who want truly advanced and innovative products.

  • AnonD-237381

Anonymous, 15 Jul 2016Yeah... like someone would be so naive as to share personal... moreIt's sooo insecure that the US government uses Galaxy phones, in 2016 senators and staffers get to choose between a iPhone SE and a Galaxy S6 and let me remind you that Samsung KNOX is certified by the Chinese, French and US governments.

  • A Note 4 user

Samsung wants to get commissions from your purchases,
even after selling you Note 7 at hilariously inflated price of 850 EUR...

no thanks!

  • Anonymous

Stondec100, 15 Jul 2016Oh, Apple isn't tracking everything you do, or your banks a... moreEven the apps that you find in the Play Store sometimes come with malware and viruses - so yeah...

Android. Never again.

Only Windows or iOS devices from now on.

Anonymous, 15 Jul 2016Yeah... like someone would be so naive as to share personal... moreOh, Apple isn't tracking everything you do, or your banks aren't, or your phone carriers aren't? As for the virus, malware, etc that's nonsense unless you engage in installing pirated apps from outside the Play store.

  • Anonymous

[deleted post]I am right. If you want more info, do some browsing.
I guess you're one of the many technology illiterate people, who don't even know how today's devices work.

  • Anonymous

Yeah... like someone would be so naive as to share personal or bank account details with an Android device. Least secure OS out there, most virus and malware threats, and lastly Google keeping track of everything you do.

  • Marvin

Why is the process of Samsung Pay adoption so slow? Is it the banks or is it Samsung?