Samsung Pay Bermula 24 February Di Malaysia

Samsung Pay

Samsung hari ini telah mengemaskini laman Samsung Pay untuk Malaysia, sekaligus pada masa yang sama menambah sejumlah rakan perbankan baru. Seperti pernah dikongsikan sebelum ini, bank baru yang ditambah selain daripada Maybank adalah CIMB Bank, Citibank, dan juga Standard Chartered.

Disamping itu, kini ia juga menyokong pengguna kad Mastercard dan Visa. Walaubagaimanapun, untuk bank-bank baru ini, hanya sokongan kad kredit sahaja ditawarkan buat masa ini – tetapi untuk Maybank ia meliputi kad debit dan prabayar.

Samsung Pay menggunakan sokongan NFC dan juga MST untuk tujuan pembayaran. Kedua-dua teknologi ini diguna-pakai dengan meluas pada pelbagai terminal pembayaran di seluruh negara.

Daripada percubaan kami sendiri, Samsung Pay berfungsi dengan lancar – terutamanya dilokasi mana terminal dipaparkan kepada pengguna seperti di kaunter pembayaran McDonald’s, AEON dan lain-lain. Walaubagaimanapun, terdapat beberapa lokasi yang masih meminta kad untuk tujuan pengesahan bersama mesin pembayaran mereka – terutamanya sekiranya mereka menggunakan sistem yang sangat lama.

Di Malaysia, ia akan dilancarkan secara rasmi pada 24 Februari 2017, tetapi ia telah boleh mula digunakan sejak beberapa minggu lepas dalam bentuk beta. Untuk menggunakannya, pengguna memerlukan peranti Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S7 Edge/S7, Galaxy A 2017 atau Galaxy A 2016.
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Just after a year of the Apple pay release Samsung came out and launched their own Samsung pay. Many people assumed that Samsung pay would be just like any other mobile pay that’s out right now but it’s very unique to its competitors. The major one being its convenience compared to Apple, Google, android, etc.Its simple because Samsung figured that paying with your phone should be no different than paying with your card if companies expect people to use it.

The new Samsung Galaxy comes with an embedded magnetic strip in the phone that works the same way the magnetic strip on a credit or debit card works. The user just simply scans his or her phone as if it were a credit or debit card. This function is much better and more convenient for the user because he or she does not have to worry about carrying around his or her wallet with cash or a credit card.

The security is also great for Samsung pay because it uses your finger print to protect your mobile wallet. So security wise carrying around your phone for a wallet instead of a physical wallet is much more safer. Do you think other mobile pay apps such as Apple should mimic this technique on the next iPhone? I know personally I hate carrying around my wallet so I have been waiting for the day that my phone replaces my wallet. Do you think this will become popular in the future? Or do you think this will fade away in a similar way to other electronic payments?Would you feel Safer with everything electronically being embedded in your phone versus having a physical wallet in your pocket?




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