Samsung Wallet is now available in 8 more regions, including India and Brazil
Samsung Wallet arrived last June, bringing Samsung Pay and Samsung Pass under one roof. It has been rolled out globally since the Korean company is now announcing that the service is expanding to eight new markets, bringing the total to 29.
The new regions are Australia, Brazil, Canada, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, Singapore and Taiwan, and the rollout is planned for the end of January.
Samsung Wallet is a one-stop service for all types of cards – credit and debit cards, library cards, memberships and gift cards and even some digital supported keys, as well as digital assets such as blockchain wallets.
Samsung is partnering with some automakers like BMW and Hyundai to allow the digital key feature for a number of models. The legacy of Samsung Pass also brings password management and access to cryptocurrencies.