Samsung Pay beta arrives in Malaysia

Himanshu, 12 December 2016

Samsung has finally made its mobile payments service Samsung Pay available in Malaysia, although not officially - the South Korean company is currently conducting beta trials of the service in the Asian country.

At present, only users of Maybank Visa credit, debit, and prepaid cards can access the service. Supported mobile devices include the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 edge, Galaxy Note5, Galaxy A7 (2016), and Galaxy A5 (2016).

Those interested in participating in the beta program can apply for registration by heading to the Register link below. The tech giant is accepting new registrations until December 16.

Via | Register


Reader comments

  • Anonymous

I know right. There is clearly lack of technology awareness for this MST system. They would be like, "We dont accept wireless payment or NFC payment. Its not going to work. Stop wasting your time. This terminal is not going to work with your ph...

I mean, not ONLY at CIBC. It is like a new app ony available to one single device model (Say, the Exynos variant of the Canadian G935W. If you have the G935F or just the G935W with Snapdragon, you are screwed), but we are now talking about a bank.

  • Gibby

Samsung pay IS available in Canada. After months of moaning about it I finally got my wish! :)) I use it with a CIBC Aventura Mastercard and it works perfectly. First time I used it in a bar where the waitress insisted they couldn't do tap tou...

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