Samsung has really been pushing their digital payment system hard as of late, and their efforts are paying off. Samsung Pay is seeing widespread use, and the regions in which it’s available keep expanding. For some Galaxy owners, the only thing holding them back from using the card-free payment method was the fact that their bank wasn’t supported by Pay. If that has been the case for you, then perhaps today is your lucky day. Samsung Pay has now roped in 39 new banks, extending its availability to many more new users.

If you’ve got a device from the Galaxy S7 line, Galaxy S6 line, or the Galaxy Note 5, and your bank is one of those that Pay supports, then you can start making payments with your smartphone essentially anywhere you would normally use a card. The newly supported banks that Samsung added to their official website listing are as follows:

  • Achieva
  • Alcoa Tenn Federal Credit Union
  • American Heritage Federal Credit Union
  • Bangor Savings Bank
  • Bridgewater Savings
  • CSE Federal Credit Union
  • Christian Community Credit Union
  • Chrome Federal Credit Union
  • Community First Credit Union
  • Cornerstone National Bank
  • Corning Credit Union
  • Desert Schools Federal Credit Union
  • Financial Partners Credit Union
  • 1st Financial Federal Credit Union
  • First South Financial
  • General Electric Credit Union
  • Gorham Savings Bank
  • Great Lakes Credit Union
  • Hastings City Bank
  • Haven Savings Bank
  • Heritage Family Credit Union
  • INOVA Federal Credit Union
  • Keesler Federal Credit Union
  • Kern Federal Credit Union
  • Los Angeles Federal Credit Union
  • Montgomery County EFCU
  • Mutual Security Credit Union
  • Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union
  • Pacific Marine Credit Union
  • Point Loma Credit Union
  • Point West Credit Union
  • PrimeTrust Financial Federal Credit Union
  • Provident Credit Union
  • SEFCU
  • St. Landry Bank & Trust Company
  • Summit Community Bank
  • Truity Credit Union
  • University Federal Credit Union
  • Vantage Credit Union

Does this bevy of new banking partners mean Samsung Pay is now available to you? Let us know if this change has put mobile payments at your fingertips, and give us your thoughts about Samsung Pay in general in the comments below.

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