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Samsung Pay now open to all supported devices in the U.S. — check out all of our coverage!

After a quick month in an invite-only beta program, Samsung Pay is now available for everyone in the U.S. with a supported device. That means you'll need to have a Galaxy S6, S6 edge, S6 edge+ or Note 5 to take advantage of the new mobile payment system.

Further, it'll have to be a phone from a supported U.S. carrier (sorry, no international phones at this point)— at the official launch that means you'll need to be on Sprint, AT&T, T-Mobile or U.S. Cellular (you may notice Verizon missing from that list). Once you have those two qualifications met, the next thing you'll need is a debit or credit card from a supported bank. At launch Samsung Pay supports VISA, MasterCard and American Express cards from Bank of America, Citi or U.S. Bank — and of course Samsung is working hard to expand the number of supported banks.

If you meet the requirements, it really is worth giving Samsung Pay a try. It works with NFC payment readers just like its competitors from Google and Apple, but importantly can also make payments at traditional card swipe machines using Samsung's proprietary MST (Magnetic Secure Transmission) tech. Just hold the phone where you'd normally swipe your card, and you've paid.

Further, Samsung is also announcing that Samsung Pay will work on Square card readers (opens in new tab), opening up the possibilities for using Samsung Pay at all of the smaller local retailers that often use that portable payment system.

If you're ready to get going with Samsung Pay and have a supported phone, just make sure you have the latest software update from your carrier and you'll have the app ready to install in your app drawer. After that, read up on all of our Samsung Pay coverage:

Andrew was an Executive Editor, U.S. at Android Central between 2012 and 2020.

185 Comments
  • DAMN YOOOUU VERIZON!!!! Posted via NOTE 5
  • Efffffffffff Youuuuuuuuuuuu verizon!!!!!!!!!!!! Stop messing with OUR phones!!!!
  • I got it on my S6, just waiting for damn Chase, to get support.
  • FWIW, I emailed Chase and this was their reply: "...although we are not part of the
    Samsung Pay at the moment, we are working on it and as
    soon as it is available we will let you know."
  • No its simple. Stop buying them. It's a known quantity that Verizon is going to meddle. Vote with your wallet. Either buy a nexus or Moto x pure and take it to Verizon for service or leave for a GSM carrier. I know it's tough for some people but if you truly can not do either then you need to quit complaining. Verizon is going to continue being Verizon until the end of days. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I bet Verizon is trying to get a piece of that pie some how. And using its customer base as leverage. Maybe a percentage of each transaction?
    They're greedy sons of bitches.
  • When Softcard went belly up VZW committed to Android pay.
  • "Greedy" is an understatement. They're evil greedy Xs 1000. Posted via the GS6 Active, aka GS6 M.E. (Manly Edition)
  • Note 4 for the world! Galaxy Note 4 {Sprint 5.1.1}
    3-day Power with a 9600mAh Extended Battery.
  • Verizon is THE biggest, money hungriest, company out there! THE sole reason Note 3 users can't partake in any of this phone payment revolution. They were the driving force in not allowing Google wallet, now Android Pay so Soft Card could come to be(took forever by the way)...and where is Soft Card now? Dead in a ditch! Posted via the Android Central App
  • Verizon?? I actually paid extra money for an unlocked GS6 to use on at&t thinking I would get all the updates sooner. The samsung pay update is live in the US only. So my phone (from Singapore) may not get the app for a few months. (SUPER DUPER SAD FACE!!)
  • Sorry I am in same boat..samsung says it has NO plans to support samsung pay on International devices being used in the USA. I sold my note 5 SM-N920I and bought a tmobile 6edge plus to use.
  • There is also a notification that when you activate a card, you can get a free wireless charger or wallet flip cover. None of my cards are supported, so I can't redeem the offer. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I activated a card and still can't redeem the offer =(
  • I believe the offer is only for Note 5 or Edge+ users and you can only choose specific chargers and wallets.
  • I didn't see this on my AT&T Note 5. Are there any links to the offer that you can share?
  • I didn't get this either :-( (with Sprint) Posted via the Android Central App
  • It took some time after setting things up for the offer to come through. My notification came through about 30 minutes later.
  • I don't think there is a link for it. You can find the promotion referenced when you Google the user agreement for Samsung Pay, but as far as I can tell, you need a code which you can only receive through the app. Posted via the Android Central App
  • https://www.androidcentral.com/e?link=https2F2Flink...
  • Will the beta users get that offer?! Posted via the Android Central App
  • i haven't been keeping up with this but why no support for older samsung devices like the note 4?
  • Probably because Samsung wants people to upgrade to its latest phones. It will probably come to older phones eventually, but even then it won't be as convenient, because the older phones don't have MST.
  • Ah that makes sense. So it being a LoopPay technology, hope other OEMs will incorporate this tech in their phones and Android Pay will make use of it :)
    Thanks Rogue and Codiusprime
  • Samsung owns LoopPay, so good luck with that.
  • LOL well Shit!!!
  • Yup. That's why I think Samsung Pay is going to be the killer app that gets people to buy Samsung phones.
  • It got me to buy a Samsung phone. Although, that curved Edge screen didn't hurt either.
  • As long as they get as many banks to join as quickly as possible. Posted via the Android Central App
  • The Note 4 does not have the required hardware.
  • It could work, just not with the mag stripe feature.
  • Which is the huge selling point of Samsung Pay. I think Samsung is smart not to bring it back to old devices that would only have NFC. Would only hurt the service.
  • That's the same thing as using Android Pay.
  • I was just thinking the same thing, what's the difference between samsung pay and Android pay? Posted via the Android Central App
  • Android Pay only works with machines that support NFC payments. Samsung Pay will work with virtually any machine as it has hardware to make the machine think you are swiping a regular credit card (MST)
  • http://www.androidcentral.com/whats-difference-between-android-pay-and-samsung-pay
  • Is this also coming to the S6 Active?? Hope so. Posted via the GS6 Active, aka GS6 M.E. (Manly Edition)
  • Well $#it!! If I had known that I would have waited another 6 months to get the Note 5. UGH!! Posted via the Android Central App
  • Yeah...I'm not even close to paying off my Note 4 and it's outdated. Apple is much better at keeping their older devices fresh. The Note 4 has NFC and should be included in this.
  • It does not have the physical technology required to work everywhere that Samsung Pay works. Apple is not bringing 3D Touch to iPhone 6 either because it's hardware based. So don't confuse issues. Posted via the AC App from SM-N910F
  • Again it's a hardware issue, Samsung can't do anything to add this feature. Just like Apple can't magically add NFC to their older phones.
  • The force touch in my wife's iPhone 6 works great. .... Pants
  • Sorry man. The iPhone 6 does not and will not have force touch 3D. Only the 6s and 6s+ have it. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I feel like the /s was not needed when read with who I was responding to. Pants
  • Maybe so, but to others, it looked serious. Sorry.
  • I would keep the Note 4 and use Android pay. I'm double screwed myself. Note 3 on Verizon...Neither one support it.
  • Damn... You should switch to T-Mobile and get on the jump plan. I change phones whenever I want. Posted via the Android Central App
  • My iPad 4 doesn't have the new multi screen feature that IOS is touting. So good luck with that theory. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I believe the real issue is the old phones don't have the hardware in the phone to work with MST. They only started including that hardware with the S6 It's not just a simple software update. The software update enables the hardware to work.
  • The older devices don't have the required hardware.
  • It's a hardware issue. Older phones dont have the necessary magnetic coil for MST.
  • Got it! Loaded up my BoA debit card and Amex. Gonna use it today on a mag strip reader! Posted via my Galaxy S6!
  • Used it at Home Depot and Target this morning at the self checkouts and it worked fine on the mag strip reader! Samsung has a winner on their hands if they can get more cards and banks approved to use and fast!
  • So it supports one more bank than it did in the beta? Ugh, was really excited for this and it is still extremely limited. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I thought everybody had a Visa card? I have literally never known a person that didn't own a Mastercard or Visa. Maybe my 4 year old niece. Maybe.
  • Nice try but they have to be issued through those specific banks, otherwise they don't work. I have a visa, Mastercard and discover card but none are issued through those 3 banks so therefore I cannot use them with Samsung Pay at the moment. Posted via the Android Central App
  • The limited supported list of cards excludes more potential users that can help promote Samsung Pay. All the cards I'm using with my LoopPay card are not supported and Samsung Pay is just a rebranding of LoopPay.
  • At first I was irritated because #verizon, but my bank is a smaller local credit union so it will probably never be supported. Google Pay is already setup on my phone and working so I will just keep using that if I feel the need to pay with my phone.
  • I guess verizon wireless would get it between 2016 and 2021 if that. Posted via the Android Central App
  • They'll probably start supporting it when all POS terminals in the USA support NFC and payment systems like Apple Pay and Android Pay... then, they'll allow MST Samsung Pay work when it's not needed anymore.. :/
  • I was so excited to try this out today but Wells Fargo is still not supported Posted via the Android Central App
  • Yeah, my capital one cc isn't supported wither. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Nice coverage on Android and Samsung Pay Andrew. I was not happy that they spilt Google Wallet up since I also have a Google Wallet card so I need that app. I did load up Android Pay but will try out Samsung Pay for a while. Does anyone know if they will bring Samsung Pay to the S6 Active and utilize a PIN versus fingerprint scanner?
  • You already have the option of using a pin or your fingerprint with Samsung pay. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I know. The question is will the S6 Active be included. I have both phones. Gonna try to download and see. Update: no dice on the S6 Active. Maybe needs 5.1.1 first?
  • I was actually invited to the beta but because I'm on AT&T I got to use it yesterday. And realized I was in beta all along. Well it's at least better than on Verizon Posted via the Android Central App Edit: people on T-Mobile can you see if it works on a rooted phone. Only T-Mobile 5.1.1 can be rooted
  • I can't say for sure, but according to XDA, root breaks the trust so will SP will not work with root. Might be able to be fixed with an Xposed module, but I'm pretty sure the people who actually want to use SP aren't willing to risk it with rooting it
  • Hopefully they add Capital One support soon.
  • Been using it since Saturday. Inside the gas station, cvs, pep boys, all perfect. Far out! The guy at the gas station came out from behind the counter, "lemme see that, can my apple do that?" No and it never will. BWWahahahahaha!
  • I have the app on my Verizon Note 5, but I get an error when trying to enter my CC. Posted using the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 / Pro 12.2
  • Make sure the card is one of the supported cards. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Also Verizon doesn't support Samsung pay yet. Posted via the Android Central App
  • More specifically, Verizon is blocking Samsung Pay.
  • Just a note (no pun intended) Samsung pay isn't ready if you are using metro pcs....i will be switching to T-mobile as this is the very reason I got my Galaxy s6 Posted via the Android Central App
  • I'm on T-mobile and have been using the beta from the beginning Samsumg pay is the only mobile payment system that works ever where. Which makes it the only mobile payment system that's truly useful. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Richard Yarrell? LG G2, SD 800 powerhouse.
    (The Sprint Lover)
  • The dude's avatar would suggest otherwise....
  • Waiting for Chase Bank...
  • Waiting on Chase and USAA... may just go open a B of A account today instead
  • It's cool, but honestly I don't feel it's worth opening another bank account just to use it ...
  • I'll give them a week
    Switching to BOFA if it doesn't work on chase by Friday
    You see ..my girlfriend is allready having a lot of fun using this (t-mobile note 5 BOFA debit card) the faces people make when they see this working ...
    Priceless Posted via the Android Central App
  • It's gonna take far more than a week for Samsung to open this up to many more banks.
  • I got a beta invite so I opened a BoA account for this very reason. I had Chase. I love SP it works like a charm.
  • Me too ...can't wait going crazy here!
    Want to use this now. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Added my Amex card and went to the vending machines at work. They are all tap to pay but I found an older one with only a card reader. I held the phone right on top of the strip and 3 seconds later the reader beeped and said authorized. I almost shit myself. This is going to blow up. The convenience of paying pretty much anywhere is amazing. Just wish my bank supported samsung pay and not apple pay. Smh. On att as well. Posted via the Android Central App
  • So will the mag strip (MST) reader work at a pay at the pump gas station? It seems like it'd be hard since your card has to go into the pump (basically) and the MST part of the phone might not read it? Just curious... I meet 1 of 3 requirements... come on VZW and WellsFargo!
  • No, it doesn't work on those card readers. It only works on the swipe kind.
  • thanks. I assumed so, but was curious. I'd love for gas stations to start putting NFC at the pump. But it seems I will be waiting a long time for that to happen!
  • You can go inside, and tell them the amount you want on which pump. They should be able to ring you up inside, and pay with Samsung Pay.
  • I got a response from Discover saying it will be sometime in 2016 when they will be supporting Samsung Pay.
  • It would really be nice if the gear s2 version of Samsung pay worked with the mst reader but it's only gonna work with nfc readers. Sigh... Posted via the Android Central App
  • Even my Citi card was "not supported." (Albeit a Best Buy visa through Citi.) The excitement is starting to wear off. I have a feeling it will be months and months from now before there's more cards available.
  • Just in time for MST2* *Requires a Galaxy S7 or Note 6 to use Posted via the Android Central App
  • So I thought all cards with Visa would work after the trail but my local Credit Union card doesn't work.
  • Needs to be a supported card and a supported bank. That's why they list both.
  • No Verizon? No Chase Bank? What's wrong with these companies? Why can't they support my phone? Posted via the Android Central App
  • I also have an account at Chase and am surprised they are not approved. They pushed Apple Pay hard as did BoA, so I thought Chase would be one out of the gate. Come on Chase, this helps cut down on fraud!
  • Every bank, carrier etc wants a piece of the pie when it comes to payment systems. They all take sides and fragment the shit out of exciting technology at the expense of their user base. In a word, money.
  • No PNC Back support yet so I'm SOL, oh well LOL.
  • called Chase Freedom cc support this am and the support person had no idea as to when Chase would partner with Samsung pay...she said we honor Apple pay...I told her thanks but no thanks!
  • Anyone know if this plays nice with Android Pay? Do I need to un-install Android Pay? I used Android Pay last Friday and all I did was unlock the phone and put it against the terminal. I still had to sign though. My guess is that if I activate Samsung Pay, the two apps will conflict?
  • Go to settings and then nfc and payment then to tap and pay you can set the default there. I'm guessing that the prioritize foreground app option would make which ever one you have open at the time work with the terminal. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I have Android Pay (Google Wallet before the update), Samsung Pay and LoopPay on my AT&T S6. AP & LoopPay still works flawlessly with all my debit and credit cards. I can't speak much on Samsung Pay since none of my cards are supported. I wouldn't delete AP if it's working fine when you use it.
  • Are you saying Android Pay works with MST? That would be excellent, if so.
  • Android Pay is a independent app that solely works with NFC POS terminals. MST is the technology in LoopPay, now called Samsung Pay, which uses mag stripe terminals. Samsung Pay has incorporated both the MST & NFC features into its app. There app will make the determination of which to use at the point of sale.
  • Thanks. It's a shame, then. It would be nice if Android Pay could make use of the MST capability. I don't have MST on my phone anyway, though, so I'd have to wait until I can upgrade.
  • Can use both concurrently. Choose one or the other to be the default in the NFC settings.
  • They will keep asking you to make one the default. Samsung pay doesn't require a lock on the phone only when you use it. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I have a Citi Mastercard, but I dont have a bank account from Citi Bank. Will it work?? For verizon peeps, you can sideload Samsung Pay... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_A4r6CDAwUQ&feature=youtu.be
  • It works with my Citi MasterCard. I don't have a bank account with Citi.
  • I just tried mine and it did not work. :( Probably cause im on verizon.
  • This would be great if it supported either of my bank cards...
  • Right? I have 3 cards. None are supported in SPay but all are already in Android Pay. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Since I bank at a local Credit Union, none of my Visa or debit cards will work with Samsung Pay. However, I was able to get my Amex card added to the app. I'm dying to test it out! One think I noticed is that on any of my screens I can see a small sliver of the top of a card at the bottom edge of the screen. You swipe up to start up Samsung Pay with your default card.
  • You can change that on the Samsung Pay app settings. Thank God you can, because that was about to annoy me to no end. I just have it so I can swipe up when my screen is off, now. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Chase?
  • Not yet, waiting too. Really anxious to try it out.
  • I'm not having any luck. I'm not surprised that Citizens Bank doesn't work (not a huge bank). However, I am surprised that my credit card from JP Morgan Chase doesn't work (largest bank in the U.S) Both cards work fine in Android Pay using a virtual card, and have worked great with Google Wallet for years. I even processed a return using the virtual card in Android Pay. So I guess I am left out of the Samsung Pay experience for now.
  • Still doesn't support any of my cards!!!
    No bueno! Posted via the Android Central App
  • No Capital One either. I am 0 for 3.
  • Go to capitalone's Factbook page and ask for it . May help rush things if enough of us do it.
  • Facebook *
  • Anyone else having issues redeeming the offer for the free wireless charger? Have a note 5 but says my device doesn't qualify? Posted via the Android Central App
  • I am. I'm hoping it's because it officially launched today and samsung just hasn't sent me the notification yet. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Yeah me too, I'm still getting the alert when I use the app stating to go to the announcements page but now it's blank.
  • Blank for me too. Maybe they only had a set number set aside, and that quantity has already been depleted Posted via the Android Central App
  • Now the offer is back but now takes you to a bad URL. Boo Posted via the Android Central App
  • I am getting the same thing. I am thinking, maybe I have to make a purchase? Although the instructions did not mention that. I am on a Note 5 as well.
  • Offer went thru a few minutes ago and I received a code. Looks like it need to sync with my AmEx account before it could recognize eligibility for the offer.
  • Promo seems to be gone. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I'd be all-over this if Verizon would step up... Posted via the Android Central App
  • I have USAA and Navy Federal. Both are not supported. I hope they will be soon, but looking on the web sites for both I see no mention of it at all.
  • I really wish I would've known it works on square card readers, that would've really came in handy last night. I had to walk away across the mall to the ATM machine to get cash. Bravo Sammy! Posted via Note 5/AC App...
  • As soon as we got the update a couple of days ago that didn't include Samsung Pay I knew we were screwed. I'm hating verizon a lot more than usual at this moment
  • Why won't this work on the older handsets that have NFC? Doesn't Samsung Pay also use this but the newer phones will use other means as well? Posted via the Android Central App
  • Yup Samsung Pay will work with NFC, but (I think smartly) Samsung is keeping Samsung Pay exclusive to its new phones that have both NFC and the very useful MST technology. Offering it on older phones that can only do use it with NFC would kind of muddy their message as being "accepted virtually everywhere".
  • I have the S6 Edge+ and have been using the Samsung pay since it came with the phone, I paid at a store without capabilities of NFC and everyone freaked out! I didn't know then that it supported magnetic readers! it works great!
  • Still waiting for wells fargo for me to try it unfortunately Posted via the Android Central App
  • Why does the carrier (Verizon) have to be on board? Isn't just your cellular data relaying the transaction? I guess I don't follow the level of involvement a carrier has in a transaction.
  • Carriers really shouldn't be required here ... as we see with the way Android Pay is being distributed. Nonetheless this is how Samsung decided to do Samsung Pay — gotta wait for your carrier to be on board.
  • Ok so I just was able to confirm that you can sideload the Samsung Pay APK. It's 2 files actually. Anybody have the current version of it available or know where I can get it? I sideloaded the beta version of the app which unfortunately bcuz of its limited card compatibility none of my CCS work.
  • Works at the Vons grocery stores in San Diego. They have the old payment pads without nfc. The cashier said that didn't work there on their machines, she was surprised when it did... So was I
  • My bank doesn't support Samsung Pay - any word on whether a Google Wallet Card can be used?
  • The GW card is not supported.
  • Grrr.... you'd think that'd be a home run.
  • No.
  • The Google Wallet card was the first one I tried adding... So bummed it doesn't work! Still waiting on Capital One The panda has spoken
  • You'd think, being Google, it would be logical to support that. Now I have to use a card like a dirty animal.
  • Why would they want that? They want you on android pay
  • Really!! Note 4 not supported?? Fail, Samsung!!!
  • They can't support the note 4 ...it doesn't have the hardware! Posted via the Android Central App
  • NO, Not fail Samsung, its FAIL YOU!!! Do some research first and then comment. Hmm I wonder if I can turn the tv I bought two years ago into a brand new smart TV??? Probably not, but Fail TV maker anyway!
  • I think what the person was asking for (related to the N4) is that Samsung allow the payment app to run on all devices with NFC in addition to new divices that have both NFC and the newer LoopPay technology. While the older phones would only work at NFC terminals they would still work. There is no technical issues with doing this of course. It was simply a choice that Samsung made to not support older devices. I will let the market decide if it was a good choice or not.
  • I've used the beta and I haven't been turned down anywhere I went. Did about 20 some transactions. Pretty cool and easy. Posted via the Android Central App
  • So I'm sitting here with my S6 Active wondering where I went wrong...this is NOT the latest and greatest I though it would be. Any word of support for the S6 Active in the future?
  • Boy did Google fumble by not acquiring Loop Pay although not clear if they would have gotten the hardware into a lot of phones. Android Pay is doomed since the POS reader adoption in the US is focused now on chip technology and no one really cares about NFC... Score one big win for Samsung here... Loop is a strategic platform that will help Samsung leverage the existing infrastructure and doom the pure NFC plays. In fact NFC now has one foot in the grave replaced by chip readers and Loop support for mag stripe readers...
  • Android pay is not doomed.... Your assuming that every Tom, Dick, and Harriet will want a Samsung.
  • AP sucks. Why? Cause you have to have a pin or swipe lock enabled. With those enabled, BT can't be used until the screen is unlocked making BT unusable a driving tool.
  • The new PIN requirement is annoying but not the real issue. My point is the US market has about 20% POS NFC terminals and most of them are McDonalds (Canada over 60%) . And instead of changing the POS technology to use NFC in the US they are more pressing to adopt chip readers because the banks are going to start pushing fraud losses down to merchants that use mag stripe and don't use a chip reader. Nothing motivates better than facing those $ losses. So NFC is likely going to remain unavailable at most terminals for the foreseeable future. I also have struggled where NFC has been available to make the checkout process as or more efficient than swiping or chipping and I have been trying to NOT carry a plastic card for years.
  • I thought that most swipe machines are going to be phased out and the machines will only read chipped credit cards?
  • Everyone with capitalone needs to head over to their Facebook page and ask for Samsung pay support.
  • Sucks that it only works with a couple banks, they're giving away free stuff to people who sign up (phone case or wireless charger).
  • WHERE IS SAMSUNG PAY VERIZON??? Posted via the Android Central App
  • On t-mobile sprint and at and t Posted via the Android Central App
  • And just like Android Pay, Chase Bank cards are not supported at launch. Chase has been blowing chunks on getting in the game, and it sucks.
  • If this has been posted then sorry for the repeat and if not then great. I was told by chase today when I asked if they would support Samsung pay they said chase customers would get Samsung pay support sometime this year
  • No Chase bank support? Can't believe that Posted via the Android Central App
  • So, if an Amex prepaid card was purchased would it work on samsung pay?
  • Great if you own a Samsung phone and ALWAYS plan on limiting yourself to having only a Samsung phone the rest of your life. Not so good for the rest of us who like to get phones from a variety of manufactures every few years.
  • I definitely agree. The only E-Wallet alternative that's very similar to Samsung Pay is through LoopPay themselves. You can download the LoopPay app for it, but you would also have to purchase a LoopPay card to have it work the same way just like Samsung Pay (which will cost you $50). https://www.looppay.com/how-it-works/ https://www.looppay.com/products/ Posted via the Android Central App
  • Until Samsung Pay offers support with Chase Bank it gets two thumbs down from me! Chase is the largest Bank in the US and it's debit card is not supported..hmmmm go figure?
  • Well its the Bank that has to incorporate the functionality not Samsung, if it were up to them they would be on every card in the world day 1, i feel you though, my bank is not supported... debating switching that account (its a fun money account) just to toy with it, but i fear that would make me far too geeky
  • There's only one problem. They do not have deals with most of the major cards yet. I tried 5 different Visa and Master Cards and none of them are linkable yet. I called Samsung and they gave me a list of acceptable cards. Cards like Pep Boys, Pearle Vision some animal hospital and others. Some from Syncrony Bank etc. Not a single popular credit card.. So so much for getting a free gift for signing up..
  • Hey does anyone know if Samsung will be updating the Note 4 and the GS5 with Samsung pay? Posted via the Android Central App
  • GREAT I have the SM-G925I and I was so hyped for this, sad to see Samsung Pay won't work with my phone. I use it with T-mobile in the USA. This sucks!!! Oh well, Tmobile has a great plan for the iPhone 6s so Im jumping to that for Apple Pay that does support my cards. Never again am I buying a Samsung again, HTC Or LG for life
  • SURRRREEEE
  • WAS very excited, no chase, no capital one, no credit union. great feature, but whats the use if no major players on board, way to go sammy. my wife pays every where with her iPhone.
  • Everywhere??? First, stop exaggerating. Then go buy an IPhone and be like your wife.
  • Thanks verizon, everyone else with a Note5 or S6edge+ are getting free wireless charger or wallet case. All we get is crappy ass vz navigator!! wooohooooooo
  • If this is a conspiracy by Samsung to limit the supported cards & direct more business to those banks, I surrendered and opened a Citi checking account that I didn't need. I will have my card in a few days.
  • Yes Chase is not supporting this or Android Pay. They must be planning to try and compete with their own tool? If so, that is too bad as it leaves millions of us out. We have many large accounts with Chase and will be changing banks if we can not use Samsung or Android Pay with our cards.
  • Come on Wells Fargo its been forever and still no samsung pay?
  • So if the other latest samsung phones have samsung pay then how come s6 active doesn't?
  • S5 is left in the dark. I won't downgrade to an S6.
  • The commercials have already started with the comedian, Hannibal Buress (yeah, the guy who exposed Bill Crosby). But I have a Samsung Note 3, and I do not think it is eligible for Samsung PAY?? or is it?