Tagged: Samsung Pay

Nearly half of millennials have used a mobile wallet (SQ)

About 45% of millennials (those aged 18-34) have made an NFC payment, according to a Square survey of 1,000 consumers. In contrast, just 26% of adults 35 and older have done so.   The high adoption rate...

Mobile wallets: More than just a payment mechanism

A nice article about how the mobile wallet can be used as central app of communication between retailer and customer. Retailer apps are not used that heavily, so the mobile wallet can provide a...

Samsung Pay debuts in Spain, its first European market

Samsung Pay has launched in Spain, its first European country. This gives the mobile payment service a headstart over competitors Apple Pay and Android Pay, since the two haven’t landed in Europe yet. Apple...

Samsung Pay keeps pushing incentives

Samsung Pay recently launched another promotion for new Samsung Pay users, according to Android Police. In an attempt to target unengaged but likely users, the new offer is aimed at those who have installed and...

Mobile Payment – what do Apple, Google and Samsung have to offer?

Mobile Payment – what do Apple, Google and Samsung have to offer?

I found this good overview of the most current mobile payment systems: Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, Android Pay. However, I wonder if Android Pay isn’t more insecure if it saves data locally and does...