A couple of days ago, GSMArena talked about the Verizon future update and its add-on. Now it’s time to catch-up and experience every payment on the phone. Verizon mobile carrier planning to add Samsung Pay service in the future update. Luckily, this feature is compatible for some Samsung devices.
The device includes Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge+ followed by Samsung Galaxy Note 5 respectively. Verizon started rolling out a new firmware update that caries Samsung Pay supports, but users need to install Samsung Pay from Google Play Store. This actually works only if you download the OTA update and availability varies by service provider. The step-by-step update guide on the Samsung Pay support page shows easy way to get Samsung Pay. We already got this feature in other mobile carrier devices (AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and US cellular).
Ensure that, you have already installed the latest firmware and Samsung Pay application from Google play store. The Samsung Pay can be used either swiping home button up or opening Pay application. Normally, all payment services are secured with your fingerprint and hover phone over the card reader to make any payment. This service is supported for the bank cards that are listed in the Samsung official website. Make every payment with Samsung Pay rather than carrying card or cash in your pocket.
Apart from the new payment services, it also brings Stagefright vulnerability fixes for Samsung Smartphones. We can also expect more new add-ons in the future. Stay connected and don’t forget to share your opinion about Samsung Pay in the comment section below.