The Samsung Pay virtual wallet allows you to register a series of credit, debit and benefit cards as food and meals to pay for purchases quickly and conveniently with your cell phone. Just bring your smartphone closer to the card machine and confirm the transaction via fingerprint.
The registration of very simple cards. Basically, I need to photograph the card and confirm the inclusion with the issuing bank or administrator, online or by phone. The app is compatible with several Samsung phones ranging from the simplest, such as the Galaxy J5 Pro, to premium models, such as the Galaxy S9.
Samsung Pay works all over Brazil and has several compatible brand smartphones Photo: Divulgao / Samsung
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Step 1. Log in to the Samsung Pay app and tap "Credit / debit / benefit". The cell phone's rear camera will be activated. Position the card within the indicated rectangle.
Samsung Pay takes a photo of the card and transcribes information Photo: Reproduction / Caroline Parreiras
Step 2. On the next screen, most information will be filled in automatically. Complete the missing ones, such as name and security code, and tap next. Then, the terms and conditions of use will be displayed. To continue, I need to touch "I agree with everything".
Confirm the information, complete the missing information and proceed with the card registration Photo: Reproduo / Caroline Parreiras
Step 3. The card needs to be validated. You can perform this process via the bank's application or phone, or postpone the action and complete it at another time. When completing the registration, return to the home screen. You will see the note "1 card" just below "Credit / debit / benefit". This means that the card has been properly registered. Click on this option to see which card or add a new one.
Choose to validate the card at that time or later Photo: Reproduo / Caroline Parreiras
Step 4. When selecting a registered card, the application displays all information related to it, including the transactions carried out.
See registered cards and see information about them Photo: Reproduo / Caroline Parreiras