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Samsung Pay users in Germany can earn credit upon phone purchases

Samsung Pay has successfully passed beta testing in Germany and the service will be widely available starting tomorrow, October 28, according to the original schedule. To mark the occasion, Samsung Germany announced today that Pay customers who sign up for the service and purchase an eligible Galaxy smartphone before November 18 will receive up to 200 EUR credit.

The Samsung Pay beta program in Germany was introduced in late September when the company revealed that the service will be provided through different means compared to other countries. Specifically, Samsung Pay is brought to Germany in collaboration with Solarisbank AG and Visa, and customers are able to link virtually any account even if the bank doesn’t support mobile payments.

Buy a new Galaxy device and receive Samsung Pay credit

New customers in Germany who plan on buying a new Galaxy smartphone through the mobile payment platform will benefit from up to 200 EUR Samsung Pay credit. This promotion is a part of what Samsung Germany calls the Happy Payday campaign.

The offer applies only to specific smartphone models. The list of eligible devices includes the original Galaxy S20 trio as well as the new Galaxy S20 FE, the Galaxy Note 20 series, and the Galaxy Z Flip along with its larger sibling, the Galaxy Z Fold 2.

As a quick reminder, Samsung Week commenced in Europe yesterday and customers can benefit from discounts on a wide variety of Galaxy products, ranging from smartphones to home appliances. In other words, it’s the perfect time to make use of the new Samsung Pay platform.

The post Samsung Pay users in Germany can earn credit upon phone purchases appeared first on SamMobile.

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