Samsung pay

Samsung payment service, Samsung Pay has updated its platform allowing users to tap on to Opal terminals throughout NSW. It allows users to set a default payment card to tap on and off Opal terminals with their phone while still locked. The new feature will be available to Australian users

Samsung Pay has become the first smartphone mobile wallet provider in Australia to be made available to customers of the ‘Big Four’ banks in Australia, following its partnership announcement with National Australia Bank (NAB). NAB’s customers – along with those of the three other ‘Big Four’ banks and over 45

From today Commonwealth Bank Mastercard customers will have access to Samsung Pay. The contactless payment platform enables CBA customers to make payments via compatible Samsung phones and wearables. CommBank already offers Android Pay but not Apple Pay. Research released this week suggested smartphones users’ loyalty to their devices was influencing

Android Pay

ANZ is the first of Australia’s big banks to offer its customers both Samsung Pay and Apple Pay. The contactless mobile payments service, Samsung Pay, is now accessible for millions of Australians who have an eligible ANZ Visa debit or credit card and a compatible Samsung device. Sign up for

Mobile payments

The number of OEM-Pay contactless users across the Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, and Android Pay eco-system will exceed 100 million for the first time during H1-2017, before surpassing 150 million by the end of this year. The figures are contained in a new reported from Juniper. Take our Which-50 reader

Apple Pay, Mobile Payments

Westpac and Samsung Electonics Australia confirmed that they will offer the Samsung Pay mobile payment option to Westpac’s Mastercard and Visa debit and credit cardholders. Samsung Pay is now available at thousands of retail outlets across Australia wherever NFC (Near Field Communication) payments are accepted. Take our Which-50 reader survey