Samsung Wallet expands support for mobile payments to these 13 countries

Samsung Wallet expands support for mobile payments to these 13 countries

More benefits for more people

Earlier this year, Samsung made good on its plans to make Samsung Pay and Samsung Pass more versatile by moving in together. Using Samsung Wallet app, the company hopes to make it easier for you to access all your virtual IDs, passes and cards in one place. The app is already available in eight countries, but a new wave of 13 more countries should start by the end of this year.

In the next few months, Samsung will launch the Wallet app in Bahrain, Denmark, Finland, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Norway, Oman, Qatar, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, Vietnam and UAE (via SamMobile). These are in addition to the markets where the app is already available — China, France, Germany, Italy, Korea, Spain, the UK and the US.


All this means that India will miss out on the Samsung wallet until the champagne pops in 2023.

Samsung Wallet allows users to make payments with their credit or debit cards and manage their access to membership cards, boarding passes and even cryptocurrency wallets.

Wallet can even store ID cards and government-issued documents such as driver’s licenses and protect their access by requiring biometric authentication to unlock the app. It’s a few steps ahead of what Google can offer with Google Wallet, but the challenges of offering digital driver’s licenses are one world.

The app is available on Google Play Store and Samsung Galaxy Store for applications.

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