Pay with these three simple steps.

Standard Chartered Samsung Pay Step 1
1. Swipe Up

to launch Samsung Pay

Standard Chartered Samsung Pay Step 2
2. Authenticate

with your fingerprint or 4-digit pin

Standard Chartered Samsung Pay Step 3
3. Tap

your phone over the terminal to pay

Standard Chartered debit and credit card customers are now able to experience Samsung Pay – the easier, faster, and more secure way to pay!

    • To get started, follow the below steps:
    • Ensure that the device software is updated to the latest Android™ software (Settings > About device > Software info > Android version)
    • Add the Samsung Account, provided at the time of registration onto the device (Settings > Accounts > Add Samsung Account)
    • Click on Samsung Pay icon, download and install the Samsung Pay app
  1. After Samsung Pay is successfully downloaded on your Samsung device, please scan your Standard Chartered debit and credit physical cards, or manually input your card details into Samsung Pay.

Works almost anywhere

Samsung Pay works at almost any retailer in the United Arab Emirates,
making shopping or dining easier and more convenient than ever before.

Standard Chartered Samsung Pay MST

Magnetic Secure Transmission
Accepts payments of any value.
(Subject to cardholder's credit limit with banks).

Standard Chartered Samsung Pay NFC

Near Field Communication
Accepts payments of any value.
(Subject to cardholder's credit limit with banks)

Shop safely with peace of mind

When you use Samsung Pay, your actual card number is never shared with the merchant and is not stored on the device, therefore protecting your personal information.

Standard Chartered Samsung Pay Secure code
Digital Tokenisation

With Samsung Pay, each transaction uses an encrypted digital token to replace your
personal payment information for added security.

Standard Chartered Samsung Pay
Samsung KNOX

The industry-leading Samsung KNOX security platform monitors malicious software
and activities on the Galaxy devices installed with Samsung Pay.


What is Samsung Pay?

Samsung Pay is a secure and easy-to-use mobile payment service which can be used to make purchases with almost every retailer in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). It enables the use of both credit and debit cards by leveraging on a new proprietary technology called Magnetic Secure Transmission (MST) and Near Field Communication (NFC) to make mobile payments more accessible to both merchants and consumers.

How does Samsung Pay work?

Launch the Samsung Pay app on your Samsung device and add your Standard Chartered Card(you can add both your credit and debit cards) by scanning it and authenticating with your fingerprint or 4-digit pin. Start making secure contactless transactions by hovering your device over the terminal to pay.

Which devices will support Samsung Pay?

Samsung Pay supports the following Samsung devices: Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 edge, Galaxy S6 edge+, Galaxy Note5, Galaxy A5 (2016 / 2017), Galaxy A7 (2016 / 2017) , Galaxy A3 (2017) and Gear S3

Which Standard Chartered Cards can I register on Samsung Pay?

All Standard Chartered Credit and Debit Cards can be registered on Samsung Pay

Why should I use Samsung Pay instead of my plastic cards?

Samsung Pay offers a simple and convenient payment experience that is quicker than searching through your wallet or purse.

Can I use Samsung Pay outside of the UAE?

Once you upload your StanChart card onto Samsung Pay, your Samsung phone can be used at any store around the world where your card can be swiped or NFC is available.

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