Samsung has announcedit has teamed up with Citibank in Singapore to add support for Samsung Pay. Those with a Samsung smartphone with support for the company's payment service will be able to complete transactions with ease. The move will aid Samsung in driving up the adoption rate of its own platform, which is currently up against the likes of Apple Pay and Android Pay.
The collaboration has resulted in a beta test program, which is currently underway in Singapore. A group of customers are currently participating in the test ahead of the official launch in Q2 2016. Once launched, Samsung Pay will be available to those with a Samsung Galaxy Note 5 4G+, S6 edge+ 4G+, S7 4G+ or S7 edge 4G+ in Singapore.
See the official announcement for more details.
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