Samsung Pay

Samsung Pay: Simple to set up. Simple to pay.

The mobile payment service that works virtually anywhere you can swipe or tap your Ent Visa® Debit or Credit Card.* From local grocery stores to corner coffee shops, it’s a payment option that is highly secure and simple to use with the latest Samsung Galaxy devices.

Logo: Samsung Pay

Getting Started:

  1. Open the Samsung Pay App and sign in with your Samsung account log in
  2. Register your fingerprint if you haven’t done so already
  3. Create an alternate four-digit Samsung Pay PIN
  4. Select ‘Add Card’
  5. Use your device’s camera to capture your card information or enter it manually
  6. When prompted, enter the additional information needed
  7. Validate the card by following the instructions on your phone and in a few minutes your card will be active

If you’re having problems uploading your card, call us at (719) 550-6225 or 800-525-9623 ext. 6225.

Supported Samsung Devices:

Galaxy S7 edge, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S6, S6 edge, S6 edge+, Galaxy S6 active, Galaxy Note5 and Gear S2

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Samsung Pay is a safe and simple way to make mobile payments with select Samsung Galaxy devices, and it works at virtually any retailer where you swipe or tap your card.

Samsung Pay uses Tokenization and Samsung Knox to secure the payment information. Additionally, the user’s fingerprint is or PIN is required to authorize in-store purchases.

Samsung Pay works virtually anywhere you can swipe or tap your debit or credit card. From the grocery store to the coffee shop to your favorite clothing store, Samsung Pay is the only mobile payment service that works at the majority of U.S. retail locations.

Note: It’s better to use your physical card in situations where customers don’t swipe cards themselves (e.g. sit-down restaurants, hotels, auto shops, etc.). Samsung Pay does not currently work at gas station pumps with dip readers, but will work at most gas station cashier card readers.

Open Samsung Pay from your home screen. Swipe from the bottom of the screen to the top to access your payment cards. Select your desired card. Place your finger on the Home key to verify your identity then place the back of your device against the card or NFC reader on the payment terminal.

A total of 10 debit or credit cards can be added to Samsung Pay.

Samsung Pay requires an active internet connection when adding or removing a card and to download transaction history. You can connect via a Wi-Fi network or use your mobile data connection. However, when making a purchase, no internet connection is needed.

The payment card displayed in Samsung Pay may not match your physical card. In those instances, Samsung Pay will use a graphical representation of your card.

Samsung Pay does not have the option to set a default card. When you open Samsung Pay the most recently used, viewed or added card will display.

Not yet. Samsung Pay is focused on enabling simple and secure in-store payments.

If your mobile device is lost or stolen your cards and payment information on Samsung Pay will remain safe and secure. You also have the option of disabling your cards for use with Samsung Pay immediately. Additionally, you may be able to use Samsung’s Find My Mobile service to find it.

Samsung is partnered with MasterCard, Visa and American Express payment networks. Samsung is expanding partnerships to include many popular banks and financial institutions.

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