#SamsungPay is now getting support for 19 new banks, giving more users access to the service. Below are the banks that have freshly received support for Samsung’s offering:
TCF Bank, Central Florida Educators Federal Credit Union, Financial Center Federal Credit Union, Greater Kinston Federal Credit Union, Keypoint Credit Union, Numerica Credit Union, Utah Community Credit Union, Amegy Bank National Association, California Bank and Trust and Pentagon Federal Credit Union.
MasterCard: Achieva Credit Union, Associated Bank, Bayport Credit Union, Bethpage Federal Credit Union, Cambridge Savings Bank, USC Credit Union and Navy Federal Credit Union.
You can find the full list of Samsung Pay compatible devices here.
Samsung Pay is a versatile offering and can be accessed even with a standard credit/debit card terminal and doesn’t necessarily need a NFC equipped unit, although it can work with both. Plus there’s also the $50 bonus that you get for activating a Samsung Pay account with a credit or debit card.
The service is slowly picking up pace and it already has a leg up over the competition, at least in terms of features and functionality.