In the mid-range camp, the new Galaxy A3 (2017) and the Galaxy A5 (2017) will support the payment method. Companies like American Express, HSBC, and M&S Bank are also expected to make the service available for their customers shortly. Samsung company enabled the option after prolonged works with Visa and Mastercard and now customers of MBNA, Nationwide and Santander can take advantage of the service.
It will be A great Pleasure Having This On Your Device but the issue is that if you are fortunate to be in one of the countries that are been supported but the good side is that if Samsung Pay is not on your device, you can download it from Google Play. Then you just add your card, set up the security and confirm. Then your Samsung phone will work like a contact less payment card thanks to the NFC chip underneath the back panel. I Just Hope Maybe as Time Goes on It will be also Rolled down to other countries.