Pay with Samsung PayTM
You can use Samsung Pay by linking your Santander debit or credit card to your Samsung device so you can make secure mobile payments at any contactless terminal. *
What do I need to start using Samsung Pay?
Making a payment
Your accounts are safe if you lose your phone - there's no need to cancel your debit or credit cards as the details aren’t stored in the Samsung device. However it’s important that you disable your cards using Samsung’s Find My Mobile or call us on 0800 068 6698 so that we can help you.
For lost and stolen cards, please call us on 0800 731 6666. Lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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* Samsung Pay is available with participating payment networks, banks and merchants and is only compatible with selected cards and Samsung devices on NFC terminals.
Yes, Samsung Pay is a simple and secure way to make mobile payments and is accepted virtually everywhere you can tap a contactless bank card. Launch Samsung Pay with a simple swipe up from the bottom edge of your screen and authorise your payment securely with your fingerprint.
Place your device close to the contactless NFC terminal to pay – and that’s it.
Samsung Pay is available with participating payment networks, banks and merchants and is only compatible with selected cards and Samsung devices.
Just take your phone along with your receipt and whatever you want the refund on. Shops will be able to refund any purchase made with Samsung Pay under the same conditions as they would a purchase made with a card or cash.
You can manage your Samsung Pay linked cards within your Samsung device.
On your device, your cards and last 10 transactions can be seen in the app when you touch the card you used to pay.
If you have more than one Santander card you can store them within the app. You can set up a default card within the app settings, but if you don’t, the last card you use will be the one that appears next time.
Samsung Pay will be accepted for pay as you go travel. You’ll need to consider the following:
Customers using Samsung Pay will be able to see their full journey and payment history by signing up for a contactless and Oyster account and adding the details of the payment card that they’ve linked to Samsung Pay.
Samsung Pay uses tokenization and Samsung KNOX to secure your payment information. Samsung KNOX scans to see if your phone is secure, and disables Samsung Pay if your phone is compromised in order to protect your payment information. With Samsung KNOX, you can be assured that your payment information is secured within a separate data vault, while your device is constantly monitored for signs of malicious attacks or vulnerabilities.
Samsung Pay uses network tokenization technology that replaces your real card details with a dynamic digital token that is transmitted instead of your physical card’s number.
Additionally, your fingerprint or a 4-digit PIN is required to authorise in-store purchases. On the new Galaxy S8 and S8+, you can also use iris scanning technology to keep your transactions secure. So your transactions remain secure, and your shopping stays safe.