Pay your way with Cornercard UK and Samsung Pay

Amelie from Ad Astra
18 Aug 0008

London, 7th August 2018 – Cornercard UK, the United Kingdom’s leading business-to-business prepaid card specialists, today announces its partnership with Samsung Pay, the mobile payment and digital wallet service.

In response to demand from consumers for contactless payment solutions that are fast, convenient and secure, Cornercard UK is now available within Samsung Pay1, increasing its provision of a seamless, convenient payment experience. The integration of Samsung Pay sees Cornercard UK expand its pre-existing contactless functionality by allowing customers to use their compatible Samsung device to purchase goods and services securely.

Samsung Pay is easy to set up and users will continue to receive all the rewards and benefits offered by Cornercard UK.

Samsung’s industry-leading Knox security platform is built into the hardware and software of your device, which ensures mobile information and data is secure. Each transaction uses an encrypted digital token to replace sensitive card data, and every transaction is authorised by a fingertip scan, six-digit code, or an iris scan2.

"The launch of Samsung Pay offers our customers an easy and secure payment solution across more devices, simplifying everyday life," says Chris Adams, CEO of Cornercard UK. “We’re delighted to be able to offer these digital wallet services as part of our service and commitment to addressing the needs of our customers.”

1 Samsung Pay functionality is currently available with the Galaxy S9+, S9, Note8, S8+, S8, S7 edge, S7, S6 edge+, S6 edge, S6, A8, A5 2017 & A3 2017. Samsung Pay is also available on the Gear S3 and Gear Sport smartwatches (when paired with a compatible smartphone, running Android 4.4 KitKat and above­)

2Currently available on the Samsung Galaxy S9+, S9, Note8, S8+, S8

About Cornercard UK:

Cornercard UK Ltd., established in 2013 and based in London, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Cornèr Bank. Founded in Lugano in 1952, Cornèr Bank Group is an independent Swiss private bank group operating on the national market as a full-service bank. It is a universal bank with more than 1,200 employees, four branches in Switzerland, and an affiliate in Nassau (Bahamas). Active across the range of traditional banking services, Cornèr Bank Group specialises in the Private Banking sector, as well as in the areas of lending, Visa, Mastercard and Diners Club payment cards (Cornercard), and online trading (CornèrTrader).


About Samsung Pay:

Samsung Pay is Samsung Electronics (UK) Ltd.’s digital wallet, which enables customers to make purchases directly in a safe, simple and convenient way. Its biometric security functions and NFC provide privacy and peace of mind. Additionally, Samsung’s industry-leading Knox security platform is built into the hardware and software of devices to ensure mobile information and data is secure.

Samsung has worked with Transport for London to allow Samsung Pay users to set a payment card up as ‘transport card’ to use on all TfL services and most National Rail services in London. Users are also able to upload their loyalty cards at selected merchants across the UK, to accumulate and redeem points.

Cornercard UK Press & Media Contact:

Christopher Adams - CEO

+44 (203) 626 0083

For more information, please contact:
Ad Astra
+44 (203) 626 0083
PO Box 71723
W2 7BJ London

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