Last year, PayPal announced that it will begin rolling out its support to the Samsung Pay Wallet. After a year-long wait, the company has finally decided to push the feature across the devices which support the Samsung Pay.
This is good news for the Samsung users who use the wallet frequently as now they would be able to use their PayPal account natively from within the app.
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Finally, users will be able to use your PayPal account to make payment from your Samsung Pay. One would still receive the Samsung Pay Rewards in the process of doing so.
So far, the people relying on Google Pay could make use of their PayPal account to do transactions, but Samsung Pay is a relatively better and flexible option for payments owing to the fact that it has support for both NFC and MST.
How to add your PayPal account to Samsung Pay
In order to add your PayPal account to your wallet, you need to do the following:
Tap “+” to add a new payment method
Select “Add PayPal” under the “Add payment card” section
Enter your Samsung Pay passcode or biometric scan if asked
Press “Next” and create a PIN for in-store purchases
Select a Debit or bank funding source
Agree & Continue
And you are good to go. As the support is still rolling out, if you have not received the option in your app so far, you might have to wait it out for a couple of days to arrive in your Samsung device.
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