May 04 AT 2:13 PM Evan Selleck 0 Comments

Samsung Pay adds support for 39 new banks in the US


Samsung Pay has been available for a bit of time now, and it recently added support for Wells Fargo and TD Bank to its growing list of supported banks and credit unions in the United States.

Today that list gets a bit longer, as Samsung has officially added several different new banks to the list. As noted by Droid-Life, they include include CHROME Credit Union, Los Angeles Federal, and several others. Here are the new additions:

  • Achieva
  • Alcoa Tenn Federal Credit Union
  • American Heritage Federal Credit Union
  • Bangor Savings Bank
  • Bridgewater Savings
  • CSE Federal Credit Union
  • Christian Community Credit Union
  • Chrome Federal Credit Union
  • Community First Credit Union
  • Cornerstone National Bank
  • Corning Credit Union
  • Desert Schools Federal Credit Union
  • Financial Partners Credit Union
  • 1st Financial Federal Credit Union
  • First South Financial
  • General Electric Credit Union
  • Gorham Savings Bank
  • Great Lakes Credit Union
  • Hastings City Bank
  • Haven Savings Bank
  • Heritage Family Credit Union
  • INOVA Federal Credit Union
  • Keesler Federal Credit Union
  • Kern Federal Credit Union
  • Los Angeles Federal Credit Union
  • Montgomery County EFCU
  • Mutual Security Credit Union
  • Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union
  • Pacific Marine Credit Union
  • Point Loma Credit Union
  • Point West Credit Union
  • PrimeTrust Financial Federal Credit Union
  • Provident Credit Union
  • St. Landry Bank & Trust Company
  • Summit Community Bank
  • Truity Credit Union
  • University Federal Credit Union
  • Vantage Credit Union

While Samsung is saying these banks officially support Samsung Pay, if you’re a customer of one of them, it might take a day or two before you’re able to add your card. Be aware that if it doesn’t work just yet, it should very soon.

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Via: Droid-Life

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