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Samsung Pay goes live in Taiwan

Wednesday 24 May 2017 | 13:43 CET | News
Samsung Electronics has launched its Samsung Pay platform in Taiwan. The official launch follows a 3-week trial of the smartphone-based payment service in cooperation with seven local banks, DigiTimes reports. The seven banks are Citibank Taiwan, Standard Chartered Bank, Cathay United Bank, Taishin International Bank, E.Sun Bank, Union Bank of Taiwan and Taipei Fubon Commercial Bank.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Samsung
Countries: Taiwan
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