Samsung today has joined hands with Visa in order to bring Samsung Pay to online merchants. It is similar to the users switching towards mobile phones for online shopping with complete security. Starting later this year, Samsung Pay users will be able to shop online at hundreds of thousands of merchants around the world where Visa Checkout is accepted.
Samsung’s flagship mobile payment service Samsung Pay launched to rave reviews in India last week with unique digital payment ecosystem
Visa Checkout provides a user-friendly online payment environment, thereby giving users a good experience. It is faster and more secure as it reduces the efforts of the user to enter the card details by providing a fingerprint sensor for authentication of payments. Users with fingerprint authentication enabled. Samsung device users will only need to click on this button and touch the sensor for the payment to be processed, i.e. no input is to be given as a username or password for each process.
“Our partnership benefits not only Samsung Pay users but also hundreds of thousands of online merchants who are looking for effective ways to increase their checkout conversion rates, said Injong Rhee, CTO of the Mobile Communications Business at Samsung Electronics.”
According to sources, not only do Samsung users are benefited but also there are hundreds of thousands of online merchants who are looking for effective ways to increase their checkout conversion rates.
At the beginning of March, Samsung became the first company to launch a mobile payment system in India. Currently, the payment system is available in 12 countries: Singapore, Australia, South Korea, China, Spain, and the United States. The company is also planning to expand this system to six more countries in the near future, including the UK and Sweden. India represents Samsung Pay’s 14th launch market.