Commonwealth Bank is one of the first card issuers to go live with eftpos on Samsung Pay.
With Samsung recently announcing Heritage Bank was the first to deliver eftpos transactions with Samsung Pay in Australia, it was time to talk with Samsung Australia's Head of Services, Mark Hodgson, to learn more.
The choice to use eftpos is coming to Samsung Pay, the smartphone payment system Samsung offers on its own brand phones that competes with Google Pay, and with Heritage Bank the first, it certainly won't be the last.
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