Samsung Pay Now Supports UOB and FEVO Cards

Samsung Electronics Singapore has brought on board new partners United Overseas Bank (UOB) and EZ-Link FEVO Prepaid Mastercard for Samsung Pay, making it one of the most connected mobile payment service available in Singapore.

Both UOB debit or credit cards, and FEVO Prepaid Mastercard are now supported, across the Samsung Smart phone and wearable devices with Samsung Pay support.

Samsung Pay’s comprehensive ecosystem of partners and merchants across major payment networks, banks and retailers provides users with greater convenience on-the-go, where they can enjoy the added benefits it brings. With the expanded support for new cards, wide compatibility with more Samsung devices, combined with value-added services, Samsung Pay brings consumers closer to replacing their physical wallets, while paving the way for a more holistic and enriched mobile experience.

Those using the new Galaxy S8 and S8+ can also enjoy using the integrated iris recognition technology, which is a highly secure biometric authentication system (not Face recognition). This when coupled with Samsung Knox, offers a high level of security as well as convenience to Samsung users.

Look for new partner promotions to encourage use of the new cards on Samsung Pay.

UOB Promotion

“Cardmembers” means all cardholders of UOB Credit Card who have not used Android Pay or Mighty Pay since 1 January 2017, and whose UOB Credit Card account is valid, subsisting, in good standing and satisfactorily conducted in the opinion of UOB.

The first 5,000 Cardmembers who:
(i) digitise his/her eligible UOB Credit Card on supported devices offered by Samsung; and
(ii) performed at least three (3) Qualifying Transaction of minimum $10 for each transaction during the Promotional Period, shall be eligible to receive the Prize (“Eligible Cardmembers”).

“Prize” means the S$10 cash credit which will be deposited/credited into your last used UOB Credit Card during the Promotional Period.

Source: http://uob.com.sg/assets/pdfs/personal/ebanking/samsungpay-tncs.pdf

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