Samsung Pay has corralled another 19 issuers including support for eligible PNC Visa credit and debit cards and KeyBank MasterCard credit and debit cards.
Other new Visa issuers supported include 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 Union, Amegy Bank National Association, California Bank and Trust and Pentagon Federal Credit Union. Additional new MasterCard issuers supported include Achieva Credit Union, Associated Bank, Bayport Credit Union, Bethpage Federal Credit Union, Cambridge Savings Bank, USC Credit Union and Navy Federal Credit Union.
MasterCard cardholders with a consumer credit or debit card from Achieva Credit Union, Associated Bank, BayPort Credit Union, Bethpage Federal Credit Union, Cambridge Savings Bank, Citizens Equity First Credit Union (CEFCU), KeyBank, Navy Federal Credit Union, Security Services Federal Credit Union, SunTrust, USC Credit Union and Virginia Credit Union now have access to Samsung Pay.
Samsung Pay supports all major payment networks and many of the country’s major financial institutions, and it continues to expand its partnership ecosystem.
Samsung Pay is available of the latest Samsung devices, including the Galaxy S6 edge+, Galaxy Note5, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 active.
Samsung Pay combines NFC with its proprietary MST technologies.
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