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Samsung Pay accepts online payments in apps and affiliated stores | Utilities

Samsung Pay users in Brazil can now use the company's digital wallet to make payments in apps and online stores. The result of a partnership with fintech Adyen, the novelty began to take effect from the last third (26) and is similar to that offered by the main rival, Apple Pay, which arrived in the country in April. According to the manufacturer, in addition to the Samsung and Hotmart websites, the service can also be used in Magazine Luiza, Dafiti, Peixe Urbano, Evino, OLX, Hotel Urbano and Posthaus apps.

Samsung Pay can now be used for e-commerce payments under agreement Photo: Divulgao / SamsungSamsung Pay can now be used for e-commerce payments under agreement Photo: Divulgao / Samsung

Samsung Pay can now be used for e-commerce payments under agreement Photo: Divulgao / Samsung

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To use the solution, simply select the option "Pay with Samsung Pay" on purchases made at accredited e-commerce establishments. According to a statement from the South Korean company, the objective of this launch is to bring the same digital experience to online shopping without barriers. existing in physical stores. Since 2016 in Brazil, the mobile payment service of the brand allows transactions with compatible smartphones and smartwatches through NFC and MST (Magnetic Secure Transmission) technologies.

In addition to seeking to make the online shopping process faster, the solution adds an extra layer of security, by confirming the payment through biometric authentication and generating a token, that is, a specific code for each transaction. In this way, purchases are made without even using the user's card data.

Samsung Pay is compatible with Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9 +, Galaxy Note8, Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8 +, Galaxy S7 edge, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S6 edge +, Galaxy Note5, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy S6, Galaxy A8, Galaxy A8 +, Galaxy devices A9, Galaxy A5 (2017), Galaxy A7 (2017), Galaxy A5 (2016), Galaxy A7 (2016), Galaxy J5 Pro, Galaxy J7 Pro, Gear S3 Frontier, Gear S3 Classic and Gear Sport.

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