Samsung Galaxy smartphone users can donate funds for Flood victims via Samsung Pay

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Today, Samsung India announces that its user can now directly make payments to the flood victims of Kerala, Karnataka, and Maharashtra via Samsung Pay application. The Samsung Galaxy smartphone users can now contribute to relief measures using their respective Samsung smartphones. 

Samsung Pay – Now Donate to Flood Victims Easily

The Samsung Pay and Pay Mini services offered on the Samsung smartphones offer this convenience. This is the company’s part to create awareness and provide a platform to the public for contribution. The brand is said to help out the respective state governments in rehabilitating the affected area and people residing in it. 

“We encourage our consumers to come forward to extend their support to those affected by the floods. At Samsung, we believe in creating meaningful innovations that transform people’s lives. Using Samsung Pay and Pay Mini, consumers can now make donations through a simple swipe on their smartphones,” said Sanjay Razdan, Senior Director, Service and Monetization, Samsung India.

Samsung Pay - Maharashtra, Karnataka, Kerala

The donation experience is made hassle-free by Samsung using their SamsungPay application on Samsung smartphones. For those who are unaware of this service. It is Samsung’s mobile payment and digital wallet service, which makes users payments using compatible smartphones. 

It supports contactless payment using near-field communications. It also supports magnetic stripe-only payment terminals by incorporating magnetic secure transmission. Further, users can make BHIM UPI, wallet, gift cards, and bill payments in India, using this service.   

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