Samsung Pay on TV

Samsung Pay on TV allows you to buy original premium content via smart TVs

After the launch of several smartphones and smart TVs, now electronics giant Samsung is all set to come up with its own payment system called Samsung Pay on TV. This means it will directly let you pay for digital content that is coming to its Smart TVs. Using this intelligent digital system you’ll be able to make purchases right through your smart Samsung television sets (especially 2014 and 2015 models).

With this new payment system, Samsung wants you to access more content conveniently. This technology certainly is going to be beneficial for the firm, content creators, as well as, customers. The users can now access a variety of content including educational content and premium content for movies, films or any other premium content anytime, anywhere via smart TV.

You’ll be able to purchase original premium content using three simple steps: Firstly, you need to choose an item to purchase, press the “Pay Now” button and enter your PIN. All major credit cards, debit cards, PayPal and other mobile billing options are supported by this unique payment mode.

Samsung’s virtual keyboard called ‘Secure Keyboard’ will be used for entering your personal and sensitive data like credit card information. In case you own a Samsung smartphone, then you can use the same Samsung account to access content purchases.

Besides all that, you can even purchase additional premium content such as Gamefly Streaming, Buddy & Me, Deer Hunter, Eternal Warrior 3, Frontline Commando: DDAY, Golf Star, etc. According to Samsung, this Smart TV payment service will be offered in 32 countries for now. It will indeed be a great way to make lives of smart homeowners easier and better.

Source: Samsung

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