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    LG Pay delays launch, cites testing issues

    September 27th, 2016

    LG has delayed the introduction of LG Pay mobile payments due to issues testing the service in South Korea, according to Android Headlines. It had been expected to launch this month. In January 2016 the company announced it had developed an electronic LG Pay White Card allowing users to register multiple credit cards for in-store payments and ATM withdrawals. LG confirmed plans to introduce its own mobile payment service in November 2015.

    Samsung Pay update brings rewards

    August 9th, 2016

    The latest Samsung Pay update introduces a Samsung Rewards Card. “It appears that the card is a virtual one, not physical,” Android Headlines reports. “When you fire up the app after updating to version 2.2, you will see a screen talking about what’s new in this version and it’ll tell you all about Samsung Rewards.”

    Samsung Pay prepping rewards programme

    July 20th, 2016

    Samsung is preparing to launch its own rewards program that will let consumers earn and redeem points each time they use Samsung Pay. “The application process at the local patent office is already done and the membership program should help Samsung lure new users and sell more Samsung smartphones,” Android Headlines reports. Samsung Pay added loyalty cards to the service in the US in May 2016.

    US carriers push Samsung Pay to phones

    September 28th, 2015

    T-Mobile has reportedly begun pushing software updates to Samsung Pay supporting devices ahead of the mobile payment service’s launch in the US, expected today. “The update contains mostly tweaks to Samsung Pay,” Android Headlines reports. AT&T is also pushing out an Android 5.1.1 update for both the Samsung S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge that brings with it the addition of Samsung Pay, according to Android Central.