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Here's how Samsung Pay works and what you need to use the mobile payment system.

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Samsung wants its mobile payment system, Samsung Pay, to replace the plastic cards in your wallet. It works in almost all stores -- including those that use older magnetic-stripe point-of-sale terminals -- without merchants needing to opt in to any program or update hardware. It's also available on smartwatches: All major carriers in the US support Samsung Pay: See the full list of supported banks and cards in the chart below.

Samsung claims that its system will work with almost all point-of-sale systems: It won't work with readers where you need to physically insert your card into a slot, however, such as those found at gas stations and on ATMs.

These included vendors using Square readers; NFC terminals in major chain retailers like Trader Joe's and Walgreens; and magnetic stripe readers in Mobile app strip for money stores.

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Merchants may still require you to sign a receipt for the transaction. Once the Samsung Pay app is installed, register your fingerprint on the device if you haven't done so already.

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The camera will launch so you can scan your credit or debit card. Check that the number, name and expiration date are all correct. Finally, the app will need to verify the card by sending you an SMS or email from your bank. Samsung Pay uses near-field communication NFC technology to process payments at tap-to-pay terminals. The system also works with almost all other magnetic stripe terminals as well.


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