30 January 2018
Samsung Pay is now letting the users pay their monthly bills with an ease. Reportedly, you can pay for monthly bills be they are postpaid bills, electricity, DTH, or utility bills. Furthermore, users can also save bank account and IFSC information so as to make quick payments to friends and family whenever required.
Every payment app in India is competing with each other, bringing new facilities, so that a user could rely more on their options. However, the overall experience of making payments is same on every app. Some apps are bringing the features later and some bring them earlier.
Samsung’s latest effort of allowing the users to pay using its Samsung Pay app is said to be coming after Google Tez’s new update that allows user pay for household and utility bills from major companies like Airtel, DishTV, Tata Power, ACT Fibernet, and DoCoMo.
Samsung Pay is moving ahead at a good pace in India compared to its competitors. In just a single month, Samsung Pay added many users. It was also one of the first apps to add features like UPI payments via Bharat QR codes to its Samsung Pay app.
The only difference between Samsung Pay and a few other Payment apps is that the app is compatible with only Galaxy devices and that too with not every Galaxy Phone.
Update Samsung Pay for your Galaxy device Play Store.
Samsung Pay | Android | Play Store, Free