Last updated on March 9, 2021
Samsung Pay was announced some time ago and is now officially launched in Germany. From now on everyone can register for the payment service of the South Korean manufacturer. At the start there is also a big promotion where you get up to 200 euros starting credit. GIGA tells you how to dust this off.
Samsung Pay starts in Germany with a big campaign
Google Pay and Apple Pay face competition in Germany. Samsung is finally starting its own payment service and at the same time a big campaign . You can secure a starting credit of 200 euros for Samsung Pay if you register between October 28th. and 18.11.2020 buys a new Samsung phone. The following graduations are available:
- 200 euros: Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G, Galaxy Z Flip & Z Flip 5G
- 150 euros: Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G & Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G
- 100 euros: Samsung Galaxy Note 20, Note 20 5G, S20 Plus, S20 Plus 5G, S20, S20 5G, S20 FE and S20 FE 5G
It just so happens that Samsung Week is still running and you get a 15 percent discount on smartphones . There you will also find these models, which of course will be even cheaper. Our tip: Buy the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G for a reduced price of 906.10 euros from Samsung , sign up for Samsung Pay and get 150 euros starting credit. So you get the cell phone effectively for a mere 756.10 euros. An incredible price for such a good smartphone. Otherwise you can of course choose a different model and save money. It is important that you buy from an approved retailer such as Samsung, Amazon, MediaMarkt, Saturn and Co. It's best to read all the details on this special page .
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Samsung Pay not yet for Galaxy smartwatches
Many owners of Samsung smartwatches were of course delighted that the payment service had finally found its way to Germany. Then came the disappointment, because you can't currently pay with the watch. Should be possible next year. Let's hope that works, because then the watches will be even more interesting. GIGA will let you know when the big day comes.