Samsung Pay is off to a robust start in Korea with $30 million in transactions in the first month

Stefan, 23 September, 2015

Samsung revealed that Samsung Pay is off to a robust start in Korea. The Korean giant’s recently announced payment service has raked in $30 million in transactions in the first month after its launch.

Thanks to wide acceptance among local businesses, Samsung Pay accumulated more than 1.5 million transactions through September 20. Curiously, 60% of all payments have been made by the Samsung Galaxy Note5.

Samsung Pay will launch in the United States in less than a week, on September 28. The tech giant has plans to roll out the service in the United Kingdom, China, and Spain in the near future.

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  • Anonymous

Soon. It will debut everywhere in the western country and middle east as well. It already available in moat part of Asia.

  • Gibby

I agree. This will make my wallet redundant When's this coming to Canada?????

  • Anonymous

Anywhere in france that takes credit cards will work with Samsung pay. Anywhere in the work for that matter.

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