Setting up Samsung Pay on the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge


It’s pretty clear that Samsung Pay is the best mobile payments service in the world. Samsung’s solution for buying things with your phone is supported just about anywhere because of its ability to work with old and new terminals at checkout. Samsung’s Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge, in addition to last year’s flagships, have both NFC and MST technology to allow Samsung Pay to be supported by more merchants than Apple Pay and Android Pay.

Want to start using Samsung Pay wherever you shop? Let’s get it set up on your phone.

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Apple’s iPhone SE could face competition from a Samsung Galaxy S7 Mini


On Friday, Samsung’s Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge went on sale worldwide. The phones were already selling like hotcakes even before the official release date, and now millions of additional people are going to be buying this week and beyond. Fueling the large number of sales so early is the lack of competition at the moment. There’s no other new phone on the market with distribution equaling the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. The LG G5 won’t be ready until next month and the HTC 10 hasn’t even been announced yet. Samsung is offering what is perhaps the best option in most regions around the world.

Apple, however, could be the one company to slow down Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge sales. But Samsung seems ready. Both companies are working on smaller variants of their flagships to serve consumers wanting a smaller phone.

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Samsung finally pushed me to buy its phone


Although I’ve been with Android for five years now, none of my devices have ever come from Samsung. This is the company that has spent a fortune to promote its products and services around the world, building a strong reputation with millions of consumers. The only other company with a marketing budget competing with Samsung’s is Apple. So that should tell you the strength of Samsung in the mobile industry. And if you chat with someone unfamiliar with it, Samsung is highly likely to be the first (and perhaps only) brand associated with Android. There’s just no denying that Samsung is the premier maker of Android devices. But I’ve never bought any of its phones, tablets, or wearables. That changed this year with the Galaxy S7.

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