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Samsung Pay passes 5 mln registered users

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Samsung Electronics has announced that the 'Samsung Pay' mobile payment service has reached about five million registered users processed over USD 500 million in the first six months. The service showed a strong adoption rate in South Korea and the US, Samsung said. Samsung Pay was initially launched in South Korea and the US in August 2015, and currently supports credit and debit cards from 70 major and regional banks.

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Countries: World
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