Samsung Pay Archives - Inside Retail Asia
Mobile payments at South Korean convenience stores have more than doubled this year thanks to the greater use of smartphones.
The Samsung Pay Thailand launch is imminent, the country being named as one of 10 new markets by year-end.
Carrefour China says it will concentrate on convenience store development for the rest of this year.
Koreans will soon be able to use Samsung Pay at Shinsegae department stores, E-mart and Starbucks.
South Korean retail conglomerate Lotte Group is ratcheting up efforts to promote its own mobile payment platform, Lotte L Pay.
To make shopping easier for tourists, Japan is introducing a fingerprint payments system, making cash and cards redundant.
Samsung Pay China is live after being launched by the South Korean smartphone giant this week.
Samsung Electronics says its mobile payment solution Samsung Pay has processed tractions totaling US$30 million in the month after its debut in South Korea.
Korea’s 10 banks offering credit cards have lined up to back Samsung Pay.
Samsung has launched a short, live beta test of its new Samsung Pay mobile payment service.
Samsung says its Samsung Pay mobile wallet solution will launch in the second half of 2015.