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Samsung plans to offer a way to pay via smartphones in 2015
Samsung plans to begin providing special way to push mail via smartphones over the next year, and that by contracting with a specialized in the development of these alternative means for payment via traditional credit card companies.
An informed source revealed, through statements to the site recode news, Samsung approached the contract with the American company LoopPay emerging to provide a special letter to pay the company’s phones, which is expected launch in 2015 a system.
The source added that the company began emerging in the development of a model of the system, which will allow the user to pay via credit any of his business cards using Samsung smart phones without the need to use the same cards.
Samsung’s move to provide a means for a private letter smart phones pay after a few months of Apple revealed similar service for electronic payment via telephone iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus called “Apple eBay” Pay Apple .
The Apple has revealed its service for electronic payments in September, a service that relies on communication technology near-term NFC to connect your payment information for devices in stores, the information is encrypted storage across application Passbook which allows keeping the user’s credit card information either through added manually or photographed by a camera phone.
It is expected that LoopPay provide a way similar electronic payment via the Samsung smart phones, especially as it has already announced a set of extensions that can be added to a number of smart phones to provide electronic payment via credit card without the need to use it, which is the accessories that use a magnetic system is encrypted to connect devices in shops instead of NFC service.
Says LoopPay service through its official they are about 10 million shop in the United States, compared to 220 thousand shop only available by Apple Pay service, due to the ease of use of its technologies in the payment using phones.
The source did not reveal whether Samsung was planning to launch a new electronic payment service via their phones in the United States only or universally available, noting that Apple has provided its service first in America with the promise of providing the future to other countries.
It is noteworthy that the CEO LoopPay had left earlier statements in which emphasizes the pursuit of his company to work with top phone manufacturers to add his own Order mail techniques, but he did not disclose any of the names of companies that continue with it.Viewing:-163
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