In the new update PayPal now supports Samsung Pay services. Last year PayPal was announced that it will soon support Samsung Pay services and now after one year company rolled out new version. After the new update users can use Samsung Pay services from the PayPal account. User will get all the rewards point while purchasing anything through PayPal. PayPal already supports Apple Pay & Android Pay or Google Pay wallet services and now with the Samsung Pay it can grab most Samsung customers. Samsung Pay supports on new Samsung Galaxy S9 & Galaxy S9+, Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy S8 & S8+ as well as old Galaxy S series phones. It also works with Galaxy A series & Galaxy J series smartphones.
Samsung Pay is available in all major countries for most of the high end smartphones. It is launched in United States, UK, Canada, Australia, South Korea, Germany, France, India, Brazil, Italy, Netherland, Sweden and China. It will soon launch in South Africa. The official spoke person at Samsung has mentioned that company will soon launch Pay wallet services in South Africa.
Samsung Pay is more flexible than other wallet services. It supports NFC & MST to stimulate to store locations with a magnetic strip. Most of other platforms uses only NFC, but Samsung works with both. To see whether your device is compatible with new PayPal services go to the app & tap on + sign. Then here you will see Add PayPal option to add new payment method. Here now enter your password or biometric password if asked and then next setup new PIN to protect.
After this process, select bank or funding source to load or withdraw money. After the all the process click to agree to the all terms & conditions. That’s it, now you can use Samsung Pay with PayPal. The PayPal wallet services are available in most of the countries. This year it has rolled out in India. Unfortunately, you can’t load money to the PayPal due to Indian Government regulations. If you have any other questions then ask me in the comments box below.
Madhav Biradar started his career in technology back in 2011, where he covered mobile & gaming articles. He is an enthusiast in smartphone & wearable gadgets. In his free time, he likes to read about new tech gadgets and watch movies.