News by Luke Jones on Wednesday August 19, 2015.
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Samsung's newly launched Samsung Pay has suffered an early blow in one of the biggest economic markets as Verizon has revealed it will not offer support for the mobile payment system. Samsung Pay is coming to the United States on September 28th and out of the four major carriers in the country T-Mobile, Sprint, and AT&T will be offering the service.That's not bad, but Verizon deciding not to support the service is still a problem for Samsung as Big Red is the largest carrier in the US. Samsung is still getting plenty of support in the United States though and the company has already announced partnerships with Visa, MasterCard and Bank of America. Our full breakdown of Samsung Pay will be coming early next week, while our review of the system will be up soon after that September 28th launch.
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