Samsung Pay has over 1 million users in South Korea alone
Samsung Pay was launched by the South Korean mobile phone giant as an alternative way for Android Users to pay for things they purchase via their smartphones as opposed to the Android Pay for everyone. It was mostly peculiar in that it was specially designed and well suited to the needs of Samsung users, making it their own little payment platform.
The Samsung Pay mobile payment service was introduced to Samsung mobile phones (although a few have it now and others are yet to get it) and over the span of the last 2 months since its inception, Samsung is now proud to announce that its Samsung Pay has clocked over 1 million users, an astonishing benchmark. Much more astonishing has to be the fact that this figure was not registered all over the world but just in the South of Korea, the brand’s home.
Seeing to follow in the footsteps of Apple also who got involved in e-commerce with their Apple Pay, Samsung has reported that there has been increases in daily transactions from about $705,000 (800 million won) to $1.8 million (2 billion won), which is a rather large amount of transactions going around.
The Android Marshmallow 6.0 is the newest Android version out there and with its support for the mobile payment system, more and more Android smartphones under the Samsung label would soon start enjoying this package soon.
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