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Retail Chain Landmark Bets On Cashless Transaction, Ties Up With Samsung Pay

Shoppers can use Samsung Pay at all of the Group’s retail stores in India. Samsung Pay will be accepted at Lifestyle, Max, Splash, Home Centre and Spar Supermarkets.

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Retail company Landmark Group has tied up with mobile payment service Samsung Pay for its stores across India and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). With Samsung Pay customers can make purchases anywhere by swiping their credit or debit cards.

In April, Samsung Pay was officially launched in both India and the UAE. Following the launch, the Group’s Web Team, Enterprise Technology and Landmark Rewards teams partnered with Samsung to make Samsung Pay accessible to its millions of customers.

“We’re thrilled to start accepting Samsung Pay in over 300 retail stores in India, as well as over 300 in the UAE! As we move towards a cashless society, key players like Samsung are leveraging their smartphone market share lead to make digital wallets and mobile payments simpler, easier and more convenient,” says Savitar Jagtiani, Business Head, E-commerce, Landmark Group.

Jagtiani added, “We’ve already seen thousands of Samsung Pay customers use this modern and innovative payment solution in-store during our trial phase and look forward to seeing adoption rapidly grow from here onward.”

Shoppers can use Samsung Pay at all of the Group’s retail stores in India. Samsung Pay will be accepted at Lifestyle, Max, Splash, Home Centre and Spar Supermarkets.

Samsung Pay is compatible with MST (Magnetic Secure Transmission) technology, as well as NFC (Near Field Communication), which means any place of business that accepts Credit or Debit Card payments can also accept Samsung Pay.



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