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LG Finally Introduces Its Wireless Payments Service in the U.S.

LG teased its wireless payments serviced, aptly dubbed LG Pay, over a year ago. However, while the likes of Apple Pay, Google Pay, and Samsung Pay continued to dominate the U.S., LG Pay never made its way to the region. But that changes today with the South Korean company officially confirming the service’s arrival in


Report: LG Pay to have MST support

Taking a cue out of Samsung’s books, #LG has apparently decided to include MST or Magnetic Secure Transmission support with #LGPay, which will be compatible with standard payment terminals where NFC isn’t available. This is a good move by the Korean manufacturer, especially since the proposed White Card idea has hit a roadblock, which led

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Arrival of LG Pay seemingly pushed to 2017

Following Samsung’s announcement of Samsung Pay, we started hearing about LG’s intentions to jump on board the wireless payments bandwagon, with some crucial enhancements of its own. But time and again, the service has faced multiple roadblocks along the way, which has in turn delayed its release. It seems like the service has been delayed yet

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Walmart Pay now available in 15 new states

Launched late last year, Walmart Pay has been the retailer’s dedicated wireless payments service that was released in spite of Android Pay, Apple Pay and Samsung Pay being available in the market. Perhaps the retailer didn’t want to give these companies their cut/commission, which makes sense from a financial perspective. However, the rollout of this

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Samsung Pay gains support for 19 new cards

#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