Samsung Pay launched in India

Himanshu, 06 March 2017

Just last week, Samsung started accepting registrations for early access to its mobile payments service Samsung Pay in India, and today the service has been officially launched - those who registered for the early access program can use Samsung Pay now.

In addition to supporting credit and debit cards (MasterCard and Visa) from a handful of banks including Axis, HDFC, ICICI, SBI, and Standard Chartered, the service also allows you to add your Paytm wallet accounts in the app.

Currently, only those owning a Galaxy S7/S7 edge, S6 edge+, Note5, Galaxy A5 (2016), or Galaxy A7 (2016) can use the service in India.



Reader comments

  • lolaraj

Works flawless i used in Gujarat ... all we need is now an lte version of GEAR S-3 wearable Hope SAMSUNG india UNDERSTANDS this soon Awating for it getting RID of mobiles and credit cards only with an Wearable watch

  • AnonD-650776

I tried and was msg on card machine came to input a pin. Atm pin did not work. How was your method to make it work.

  • Amresh

Enjoying Samsung Pay already. It is so cool to not have wallet/card and yet able to make payment. PayTM wallet makes Samsung Pay even more cool. Seller are simply getting surprised seeing this method of paying :)

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