Samsung touts new mobile pay service with US rollout date
Zeus to F6, our select flash devices come with brilliant invention.
It allows [UNKNOWN] to work at almost all max drive card readers as well as NFC and barcode readers.
The experience is amazingly simple and fast.
It is just like swiping a card.
No, I mean not swiping card.
I'm talking about smartphones instead
Samsung Pay is accepted virtually anywhere.
It works at the big chains, it also works at even your local, let me get this right, fruit stores.
If retailers, as a rule- as a rule- if retailers can swipe a card, most likely they will accept Samsung pay.
Isn't that nice?
IN addition,- I'm proud to say that Samsung Pay is the first mobile payment solution in the industry to support store branded credit cards over 100,000 retailers.
Here's the million dollar question.
>When can you use it?
On August twentieth it will be going live in Korea and will be available in the U.S. on September twentieth!
[NOISE] Followed by China, Spain, UK and other countries in near future.
So ladies and gentlemen, that's Samsung Pay.
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