Samsung has announced that its Samsung Wallet will be available in 8 new countries that include Australia, Brazil, Canada, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, Singapore and Taiwan starting from the end of January. The company already offers Samsung Pay in India. Continue reading “Samsung Wallet is coming to 8 new countries, including India”
Just as Apple and Google have their versions of digital wallets, Samsung has announced their own Samsung Wallet platform. It is built on Samsung’s Knox security platform and allows users to organize digital keys, boarding passes, identification cards and more. Samsung had a wallet long back to store coupons, gift cards, loyalty cards, boarding passes and membership numbers, but it was shut down in 2015.
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Samsung Wallet will no longer be available for users starting June 30. The company is pulling the plug on the service that allowed users to keep their coupons, gift cards, loyalty cards, boarding passes and membership numbers.
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