Samsung Electronics Australia has announced that its contactless mobile payments service, Samsung Pay, is now accessible for Latitude Financial Services’ 1.2 million MasterCard customers.
Samsung Pay is an easy-to-use mobile payment service available on compatible Samsung devices, including the recently released Galaxy Note8 smartphone.
“Samsung is proud to partner with Latitude Financial Service, a new leading name in the consumer finance market in Australia,” says Mark Hodgson, Head of Products and Services, Samsung Electronics Australia.
“With access to Samsung Pay, Latitude Financial Services’ customers with a MasterCard will benefit from even more choice when banking and purchasing.”
“Our goal is to partner with as many financial institutions as possible for the benefit of our customers, and we look forward to Latitude Financial customers taking advantage of the benefits Samsung Pay offers.” Said Mr Hodgson.
David Gelbak, Managing Director, Commercial and Partnerships, Latitude Financial Services says “Samsung Pay provides Latitude Financial Services further opportunities to capitalise on digital mobile payments, and drive front of wallet status in the digital realm. Samsung represents a significant market share of all smartphones in Australia and the adoption of mobile payments is increasing on a rapid scale due to the open source nature of the platform.”
With the addition of Latitude Financial Services, Samsung Pay has now paired with over 40 payment card brands and has over 100 different types of loyalty cards able to be downloaded onto Samsung Pay - helping to make everyday payments and loyalty point collections simple and secure.
Other Samsung Pay partners include AMEX, Citibank, Westpac, Cuscal and ANZ.
For more information about Samsung Pay, visit
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