So you want to learn about How to use NFC on Samsung Pay for Digital Payment? then you come to the right place. In this guide, we are discussing what is NFC, How to work it and How to use it?
How to work NFC?
You’re probably used to waving your phone before punching in the amount on POS machines. This works because Samsung Pay imitates magnetic swipe cards, which other payment apps can’t do. This is just as secure as NFC, but you usually need to punch in your PIN. If you follow the above steps and pay with NFC after punching in the amount in the POS machine, you won’t need to punch in your PIN. It also helps that you’ll usually blow the cashier away.
What is NFC?
The name for the technology gives away how it actually works. You have two NFC (Near-field communication)-capable devices, and they are able to communicate with each other if they are close to each other. Communication occurs via radio frequencies. Check out our other expanded overview of NFC and how it works for more details.
In the mobile scene, NFC is being marketed as a file-sharing or data-sharing tool. Through NFC, devices can swap files very quickly between each other. More than that, the presence of NFC on an Android device also allows the same device to read and/or write to programmable NFC tags. We’ll talk more about both of these things later in the post.
How to use NFC?
Mobile payments are what NFC is most used for. There are quite a few of them out there, with the most popular ones being Samsung Pay and Google Pay. There’s also Apple Pay, but the service doesn’t work with Android devices.
- you first need to sign up for one of the payment methods available.
- To do so, the second thing to do is make sure that NFC is enabled.
- Then hold the back of your device close to the payment terminal for a few seconds and wait until the payment is completed.
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