Samsung Pay passed the two million transaction milestone in South Africa last month

Mobile payment provider Samsung Pay has celebrated passing a significant milestone in Africa.

The company has revealed that it had made over two million transactions in total in February since launching in South Africa. It had passed the one million milestone in August 2019.m

“Samsung Pay has redefined what consumers can expect from a digital wallet,” said Justin Hume, director of integrated mobility at Samsung South Africa. “It has paved the path to mobile payments in the country by providing our customers with a safe and secure service they can use almost anywhere they shop. The impressive growth locally shows that South Africans are joining the other 26 launched countries in proving the value of this intelligent payment solution.”

Samsung Pay has partnered with the following major banking institutions including Absa, Standard Bank, FNB, RMB Private Bank, Discovery Bank, Investec and recently Nedbank.

This secure and simple digital wallet instantly gives Samsung Pay supported Galaxy Phones and Wearables the functionality of bank and loyalty cards, that can be used almost anywhere customers can swipe or tap a card.

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