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How do you set up Samsung Pay?

(Topic created on: 12/28/20 9:47 PM)
Blanka1114
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Can anyone give me the steps to setting up Samsung pay?...  I just transitioned from iPhone to Galaxy and know nothing about these phones...  🤦🏾‍:female_sign:

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Jerry_Prieto
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Jerry_Prieto
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Jerry_Prieto
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BTW, Samsung Pay is not your only option. since you now own an android phone you can also download and use Google Pay
Blanka1114
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Thank you Jerry_Prieto
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CalderCay
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One unique thing about Samsung Pay is it uses both Near Field Communication (NFC) **and** Magnetic Secure Transmission (MST) technology, making it work with nearly all pay terminals (MST fakes the terminal into thinking a magnetic card was swiped).

In contrast, Apple Pay and Android Pay rely on NFC to make contactless payments. These services are limited to merchants with NFC-enabled payment terminals.
Comiser
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I had the same issue. Not being able to use my financing account. I was getting card error. Called TD Bank and the issue is samsang blocked my account because they couldn't verify the number. The TDBank guys sent me a code to verify my number and my account is working perfectly now.
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