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While we mention the spread of Samsung Pay to different devices, Samsung or not, we have to have the territory to use the service in. So far, Samsung has reached deals with banking, retail and cellular network partners in South Korea and the US. We’ve been promised a further push into other countries like the UK, Spain and China during Samsung’s August event.

Well, look at that: SamMobile is reporting that we’ll see those three countries receive Samsung Pay in Q1 of next year.

Same device rules are in play — the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy S6 edge+ & the Galaxy Note 5. We don’t have any word of what the support network will be like for those three countries, so we’ll hopefully see that material come to light soon.

Source: SamMobile

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