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Introducing Samsung Pay! Make contactless payments with your Noor Bank Debit & Credit Cards enrolled on Samsung devices. Samsung Pay works at almost any store in the UAE and abroad, making shopping or dining more convenient & secure.

The Credit Card offer
Use your Noor Bank Credit Card with Samsung Pay and get a Holiday Factory voucher worth AED 500. Offer ends 28th January 2019. Offer limited to first 500 customers only.

 

Debit Card offer
Use your Noor Bank Debit Card with Samsung Pay and get AED 50 back. Offer ends 28th January 2019. Offer limited to first 500 customers only.

The benefits of your Debit and Credit Card

The convenience of your mobile phone

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Fast, easy and convenient

Simply enroll your cards on Samsung Pay and pay with your phone

Click here for Samsung Pay Terms and Conditions.

*Samsung Pay is compatible only with Galaxy Watch, Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+, Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge, Galaxy S6 Edge+, Galaxy Note5 ,Galaxy A3 (2017), Galaxy A5 (2016/2017), Galaxy A7 (2016/2017), Samsung Gear S3.** Accepted at all swipe or tap terminals. Not restricted to only NFC contactless terminals

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High level of security

Pay with fingerprint, PIN or Iris authentication

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Accepted anywhere

You can use Samsung Pay wherever you use your card

Enroll in Samsung Pay in 4 Simple steps

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Update Software

Update your phone to the latest android software

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Adding Card

Tap on ADD CARD. Scan, manually enter or tap NFC enabled cards to get your card details.

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Log into your Samsung Account

Log into your Samsung Account from the Samsung Pay app to set your PIN, fingerprint or Iris

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Verify

Verify card with SMS option and enter OTP

Tap Done !

You are now ready to start paying with Samsung Pay !

Swipe,Authenticate,Tap

It's that simple

Swipe

Swipe up from the home button and scroll to select the card

Authenticate

Authorize payment by fingerprint, enter the Samsung Pay Pin or via iris scan

Tap

Place the phone on the terminal

Your Payment is Completed

FAQ

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

Samsung Pay offers a simple and convenient payment experience that is quicker than searching through your wallet or purse. Additionally, Samsung Pay adds a level of security to your payment information that physical cards don’t have.

Samsung Pay uses proprietary Magnetic Secure Transmission (MST) and Near Field Communication (NFC) to make contactless mobile payments.

Samsung Pay supports Gear Sport, Gear S3, Galaxy S9, S9+ , Galaxy Note 8, S8, S8+, Galaxy S7, S7 edge, Galaxy A8 (2018), Galaxy S6 edge+, Galaxy Note5 ,Galaxy A3 (2017), Galaxy A5 (2016/2017), Galaxy A7 (2016/2017).

1. Initiate Samsung Pay by either swiping-up from the home button or opening the Samsung Pay app from the home screen.

2. Select the card you want to pay with by swiping left or right.

3. Verify your fingerprint or PIN and touch your phone to either the card reader or NFC reader to complete the transaction.

Not currently. Samsung Pay is focused on enabling simple and secure in-store payments. Online and in-app purchases will be considered for future releases of Samsung Pay.

Canceling a payment made with Samsung Pay is the same as a physical card. The exact process will depend on the policies of your card issuer and the merchant you made the purchase from.

There is no "default" card in Samsung Pay When you open the app or activate the Simple Pay feature by swiping up from the Home Key on supported screens, the first card displayed is either the last card you registered or the last card you viewed or used.

In case that merchant may ask you for the last four digits of the card number, you will need to provide the last four digits of the digital card number, instead of the last four digits of the physcial card. For ease of use, it is located on the left side of the card in the Simple Pay screen, and in the main app when viewing your registered cards.

Samsung Pay show last 10 purchases. To see that:

  • Open Samsung Pay
  • Choose the card
  • At the bottom you may see last purchases.

However, currently, due to some merchants' policy, the amount of money you've puchased could not be seen in the list. Sorry for inconvenience and we will do our best to resolve this with merchants.

Yes. When you disable Samsung Pay or remove a registered card, you are only suspending the token, or digital card number, that has been assigned to your device for that card. If you wish to suspend you physical card, please contact your card issuer for assistance.

The payment cards on Samsung Pay are digital versions of your physical payment cards. If you lose your original payment card and then receive a replacement card, you need to remove the original payment card from Samsung Pay and register the replacement card.

Samsung Pay service will be available in the UAE. Please check your card issuer’s policies for transactions in foreign countries. If you can use your card in the country you are travelling to, you should be able to use Samsung Pay to make a payment.

Samsung Pay will be launched in the UAE and has been launched in South Korea, United States (USA), China, Spain, Singapore, Australia, Puerto Rico, Brazil, Russia,Thailand, Malaysia and India . Samsung is working to expand Samsung Pay to additional regions.

Cards can be either automatically registered by scanning your card with Samsung Pay or manually inputting the card information. Then, depending on the policies set by your bank or credit union, Samsung Pay will prompt you to verify your identity through an email, SMS or a phone call.

It will take 10 minutes fo your card to be activated after registering to Samsung Pay.

You can register up to 10 payment cards in Samsung Pay. (Credit Cards, Debit Cards)

Yes. The total number of devices you can register a card to may vary. Contact your card issuer for more details on the number of devices that you can register your card to.

Yes. However, for the best experience, the device should have a SIM card installed. If you encounter any issues when registering the card over Wi-Fi, we suggest switching to a cellular data connection.

Please check your internet connection first and if it still doesn't work, please contact bank call center for more information.

Magnetic Secure Transmission or MST, is a groundbreaking method of sending data using magnetic waves. MST replicates a card swipe by wirelessly transmitting magnetic waves from the supported Samsung device to a standard card reader. MST turns every card reader into a contactless payment receiver.

Near Field Communication or NFC is a method of wirelessly transmitting data using radio waves. Samsung Pay uses NFC to wirelessly transmit payment data to payment terminals with NFC readers that have been activated for use.

For the average user there is no the differences between using NFC or MST. The technology, called MST is able to simulate the magnetic field, which is similar to a conventional credit card signal. Terminal thinks that you have held the card, rather than put the phone. The radius of action is similar to NFC - up to 7 centimeters. For Samsung Pay, either MST or NFC technology can be used to make secure, contactless transactions. The key difference is that approximately 90% of all merchants can accept MST, which makes Samsung Pay the most accepted mobile payment service on the market.

In the context of Samsung Pay, MST and NFC have the same level of security. The payment information transmitted by both MST and NFC is protected using tokenization.

Fingerprint Scan has a False Acceptance ratio of 0.002%. In this case, Fingerprint is highly secured in which it is unlikely that a different person can log in the Samsung Pay with Fingerprint security.

To pay for the phone you need to bring to a distance of no more than 5 cm.

Samsung Pay uses Tokenization, a Secure Environment, and Samsung KNOX to secure your payment information. Additionally, you verify either your fingerprint or a 4-digit PIN when making purchases.

Tokenization is a method of replacing your sensitive payment card information (Card Number, Expiration Date, Security code, etc.) with a device-specific ‘Token’ which acts as a surrogate value. In mobile payments, Tokens are used to protect your payment information and to reduce the security risks inherent to plastic cards.

A Secure Environment is a physically segregated chip in the phone which only allows access to highly sensitive operations/information such as fingerprint and payment information. Normal applications and malware have no access to the information in a Secure Environment.

Samsung Knox checks and protectes the device for malware. If Samsung Knox detects a malicious software, Samsung Pay will be disabled by Samsung Knox.

No. Samsung Pay does not have access to your bank accounts.

No. Samsung does not store your personal/payment information on a Samsung server or the device. Samsung Pay does not change the way your payment information is stored or handled when you make purchases. Your payment information will continue to be managed by your card network and card issuer. Only a device-specific Token, which is used to replace your sensitive payment information, is stored on the device.

No. Formatting your device will remove all payment cards registered to your device.

If your device is lost or stolen, you can use Samsung’s Find My Mobile service to Lock Samsung Pay (remotely disable) or to Wipe Samsung Pay (remove all the payment cards registered onto your device).Please visit https://findmymobile.samsung.com for further information.

Look for the Samsung Pay icon on your device.

Open Samsung Pay, Sign-in with a Samsung Account & start using the revolutionary way to pay.

If you do not find the Samsung Pay icon on your device, follow the below steps:

Step 1: Ensure that the device software is updated to the latest Android™ software

Step 2: Install any software updates available

Step 3: Once all updates are installed, Open Apps & Click on Samsung Pay icon & install the Samsung Pay app

Step 4: Sign-in with a Samsung Account & start using the revolutionary way to pay

In case of any queries please call the Toll free number: 800 S-PAY

Loyalty feature is available from app version 2.7.15

To download the latest version of Samsung Pay ,

1.Launch Samsung Pay App

2.Click on ‘Settings’

3.Tap on ‘About Samsung Pay’

4.If your app version is lower than 2.7.15, click 'Update'.

In Samsung Pay, select "Add" on the top right-hand corner and tap on "Add loyalty cards". Search for and select a retailer from the retailer list. You can scan your loyalty card or manually enter the respective card number. Alternatively, click on "Loyalty cards" in Samsung Pay to add your loyalty card.

You can add a card manually by selecting "Add a card that is not in the list." Take a picture of the front and/ or back of the card and fill in the relevant information

You can add as many loyalty cards as you wish; however, only a total of 12 cards (payment/ loyalty cards) can be added as Favourite Cards. You may select which credit/ debit/ prepaid and loyalty cards you would like to access with Favourite Cards by selecting "Settings", then "Manage Favourite Cards".

Activate Favourite Cards when at the check-out counter or cashier. Swipe right or left to select the loyalty card. If your loyalty card is not added in Favourite Cards, select your card from the banner towards the upper right hand corner of the Favourite Cards screen. Tap on the card and show its barcode (top of screen) to the cashier. Alternatively, you can select your card from loyalty cards list. Tap on "Tap to use card" and present the barcode/ card number to the cashier.

If you no longer wish to shop at that merchant or use their loyalty card, simply delete the loyalty card in the loyalty tab and it will no longer appear in Samsung Pay.

The cashier will ask you to enter your PIN code in the terminal only when you make a purchase of more than 100AED using the NFC. For MST, it will not ask for any bank PIN code.

Samsung pay is available on Gear S3 model

Samsung Pay on Gear S3 supports both MST (Magnetic Secure Transmission) and NFC (Near Field Communication) payment technologies, meaning it works almost anywhere you can tap or swipe your credit or debit card. Once you activate Samsung Pay on Gear S3, you simply press and hold the back key to launch the app, rotate the bezel to select your card, and pay by holding your Gear near a card or NFC reader, even if you don't have your phone with you.

1. Press and hold the 'back' key

2. Rotate the bezel to select your card

3. Pay by holding your Gear near a card or NFC reader

Samsung Pay on Gear S3 is compatible for setup with any Android smartphones running 4.4 Kitkat or above. For more information please visit: http://www.samsung.com/ae/samsung-pay/.

Samsung Pay offers a simple and convenient payment experience that is quicker than searching through your wallet. Additionally, Samsung Pay adds a level of security to your payment information that physical cards don't have.

Tokenization is a method of replacing your sensitive payment card information (Card Number, Expiration Date, Security code, etc.) with a device-specific 'Token' which acts as a surrogate value. In mobile payments, Tokens are used to protect your payment information and to reduce the security risks inherent to plastic cards.

Samsung Pay has partnered with Visa®, and MasterCard® payment card networks in conjunction with UAE banks. Additionally, we are working hard to expand our partnerships with popular financial partners to support Samsung Pay. A detailed list of supported banks and issuers and more information about which of their cards are compatible with Samsung Pay can be found at: http://www.samsung.com/ae/samsung-pay/.

Note: Some cards from participating banks may not be supported in Samsung Pay. Contact your bank for more information.

Yes, once Samsung Pay is setup on Gear S3, you can use it as a standalone payment device while on the go. Your smartphone does not need to be nearby to use Samsung Pay on Gear S3.

Note: 1. For best results, Samsung Pay on Gear S3 requires network connection through Wi-Fi or via Bluetooth pairing with compatible smartphone. After Initial setup, Samsung Pay on Gear S3 can make payment without your phone and a network. 2. Samsung Pay on Gear must be activated with the user's Android smartphone, running version 4.4 KitKat or above, before they can leverage this function.

Your payment information is not accessible without Samsung Pay PIN. For added security, the Samsung Find My Mobile service can remotely lock or erase your payment cards in Samsung Pay. Alternatively, you can choose to erase your entire device and/or removable storage.

When you lock Samsung Pay using Find My Mobile(http://findmymobile.samsung.com/), all payments will be disabled on the device.

Note: If you notice any suspicious activity with your account or if you are unable to lock Samsung Pay, contact the card issuer immediately by calling the number on the back of your physical payment card.

Samsung Pay is very secure payment platform service.

Samsung Pay uses Tokenization, a Secure Environment, and Samsung KNOX to secure your payment information. Additionally, you verify your PIN when making purchases.

Tokenization is a method of replacing your sensitive payment card information (Card Number, Expiration Date, Security code, etc.) with a device-specific ‘Token’ which acts as a surrogate value. In mobile payments, Tokens are used to protect your payment information and to reduce the security risks inherent to plastic cards.

Samsung Pay does not store the account or credit card numbers of cards on the device, instead using tokenization for transactions. Each time a purchase is made, the Samsung Pay handset sends two pieces of data to the payment terminal. The first is a 16-digit token that represents the credit or debit card number, while the second piece is a one-time code or cryptogram that's generated by the phone's encryption key.

For more information about Samsung KNOX, please visit https://www.samsungknox.com/en

Samsung Pay on your Gear protects your card information with the same advanced security as Samsung Pay on your Samsung Galaxy phone, using tokenization, KNOX and PIN protection to make secure payments. Once Samsung Pay is activated on your Gear, your smartwatch will enable the PIN protection. You must enter your PIN each time you put on the Gear, and you won't need to enter your PIN again until you take your Gear off, making shopping with Samsung Pay on the Gear simple and secure.

No. This is because Samsung Pay will need PIN every time when you put the Gear on your wrist.

Yes. There is only one secure PIN used on the Gear.

If the Gear is on the wrist, users only have to authenticate once before all subsequent payments. If they take the Gear off their wrist, they have to authenticate each time before putting the Gear into payment mode.

The PIN cannot be sequential numbers (ascending or descending like 2345 or 8765 is not allowed) and the PIN cannot use the same number for all four digits (e.g. 3333 is not allowed)

The payment cards on Samsung Pay are digital versions of your physical payment cards. If you lose your original payment card and then receive a replacement card, you may need to remove the original payment card from Samsung Pay and register the replacement card.

For your convenience, many card issuers will link your new physical card number to your digital card number in Samsung Pay. This allows you to still have access to your purchasing accounts while you wait for the new physical card to arrive.

Go to Samsung Gear app - Samsung Pay. Cards can be either registered by optical card recognition (OCR) or manually inputting the card information.

Just like the regular Samsung Pay product for the phone, the user will be prompted for identity verification through a text message, email, or phone call.

You can register up to 10 payment cards (credit cards and debit cards).

The device should be placed within approximately an inch of the NFC reader in order for the payment to work.

Near Field Communication or NFC is a method of wirelessly transmitting data using radio waves. Samsung Pay uses NFC to wirelessly transmit payment data to payment terminals with NFC readers that have been activated for use.

Magnetic Secure Transmission or MST, is a groundbreaking method of sending data using magnetic waves. MST replicates a card swipe by wirelessly transmitting magnetic waves from the supported Samsung device to a standard card reader. MST turns every card reader into a contactless payment receiver.

Any Android phone with OS version 4.4 or above which support Samsung Gear application.

Just sign in to your Samsung Account on the latest Samsung Pay app version and your Visa, Mastercard or Amex Cards will be downloaded for you automatically.

No, Samsung Pay does not store any additional data to enable this feature. We only use Reference ID and meta data to enable this feature, not actual card numbers.

You don’t need to do anything, since we use meta data already available in our server for this feature.

No. If you do not have an active card in any device, it won’t be available for import.

This feature is enabled when you use or upgrade to the latest version of Samsung Pay app.

You need to enter your expiry date & CVV number to complete activation of your card for using in Samsung Pay.

Launch the latest version of Samsung Pay app, select Add Card and just tap your Visa card with payWave or Mastercard with PayPass on the back of your mobile device to register it.

The NFC reader supports cards with the contactless symbol such as Visa with payWave and Mastercard with PayPass. The embedded chip and antenna enables you to simply wave your card over your mobile device to add it to Samsung Pay.

Your 16-digit card number and card expiry date are the only details that Samsung Pay will capture.

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