If you happen to live in the US and own a Galaxy S6, S6 edge, S6 edge+, or Note 5, and want to get in on the beta of Samsung's upcoming payment system, Samsung Pay, you can now sign up to be a tester. At this time, Samsung is only taking beta testers in the US with a qualifying card from Bank of America, Mastercard, US Bank, or Visa. As for carriers, you will need to be on AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile or US Cellular.
Additionally, you will need an active Samsung account to sign up to be a tester. Registration for beta testers is now open, so if you want to try the new mobile payment system out ahead of its September 29 launch, register now.
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