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Samsung Pay integrates with Asian e-wallet

The integration of Samsung Pay and Boost enables users to easily carry out cashless payments

Samsung Pay and Boost

Samsung Pay integrates with Asian e-wallet. Source:

Samsung Pay has confirmed its partnership with Axiata, a Malaysian telecommunications company, by integrating with Boost e-wallet.

According to a statement, customers will be able to conduct digital transactions with businesses operating in night markets, food trucks, bazaars, etc.

Besides, just by scanning the QR code, Premium Wallet users can easily share bills using Samsung Pay for P2P money transfers in the Boost app. They can also top-up their accounts via any Visa, Mastercard, and AMEX cards, or through online banking.

At Samsung, we continuously strive to deliver the best experiences to our customers. We are thrilled to be partnering with Boost, one of the top e-wallet providers in Malaysia with over 7.4 million users, to offer Samsung Pay users a richer mobile wallet experience. This partnership advances our commitment to providing customers with a more convenient payment experience that is simple, secure, and available almost anywhere
Yoonsoo Kim, President of Samsung Malaysia Electronics

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