samsung-pay_watermarkIf you have a Samsung device and you want to try out Samsung Pay, you may be one of the many users left out in the cold. Samsung Pay supports a limited number of debit and credit cards from specific banks, but it looks like that’s about to change. Samsung announced this week that 19 new Visa and MasterCard issuers have been added to the service, news that is sure to satisfy customers who have been patiently waiting for their bank to be eligible. Here’s the full list of new compatible issuers:

  • PNC Bank
  • KeyBank
  • TCF Bank
  • Central Florida Educators Federal Credit Union
  • Financial Center Federal Credit Union
  • Greater Kinston Federal Credit Union
  • Keypoint Credit Union
  • Numerica Credit Union
  • Utah Community Credit Union
  • Amegy Bank National Association
  • California Bank and Trust
  • Pentagon Federal Credit Union
  • Achieva Credit Union
  • Associated Bank
  • Bayport Credit Union
  • Bethpage Federal Credit Union
  • Cambridge Savings Bank
  • USC Credit Union
  • Navy Federal Credit Union

If your bank or credit union made the list, congratulations! You should be able to open up the Samsung Pay app on your device and save your card for future use! Chase, Citi, and Bank of America were among the list of previously supported financial institutions, but it’s good to see Samsung expanding the reach of the service to more users.

If your bank is still not supported, it may be added in the coming months as Samsung continues to expand the number of institutions that work with Samsung Pay.

Source Samsung

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