Samsung announced a few months ago that it had big plans to expand its Samsung Pay service in Europe, confirming that it would launch the new Samsung Pay Card later this summer. Although in a very limited way, the manufacturer fulfilled its promise, launching its new card in the United Kingdom.
The Samsung Pay card is now officially available in England, but no information has been published on a possible expansion to the remaining countries in Europe. Therefore, users in UK will need to continue waiting.
What is the Samsung Pay card and how does it work
Basically, to launch this new Samsung Pay card, the company created a partnership with the already very popular Curve and Mastercard. For the benefit of users, the partnership with Curve brings fantastic features to the new Samsung card.
As with Curve cards, also with the Samsung Pay card, users will have the possibility to add all their cards. In this way, the management of all your cards can be done directly at Samsung Pay, as well as the use of all those that support NFC payments.
In addition to the benefits in managing multiple cards, it also comes with many of the features that until now were exclusive to Curve customers, such as the popular “Go Back in Time“, which allows the transfer of payments between cards, even after purchases have already been made.
The Samsung Pay card also comes with several benefits, such as 1% cashback on purchases made at certain stores, as well as 5% on all purchases made at Samsung.com. As with Curve, users will also be able to take advantage of currency conversions at very affordable rates and guaranteed security thanks to Samsung Knox.
Registration to access the new card is done directly through the Samsung Pay application. However, as mentioned at the beginning, it is only available in the UK and there is still no information on possible expansions in Europe.
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