To get started, open the Samsung Pay app. If you don’t see it on your device, download it from the Play Store!
Tap “Pay” on the navigation bar, then tap the “Scan Cards” button in the centre of the screen. Then, scan your Curve card with your camera. You can tap “Enter details manually” to type your long card number, CVV and expiry date in yourself (if you have one of our snazzy Investor cards, you’ll have to manually type your details from where they’re stored in the Curve app).
Type your billing address, then hit “Next”. You’ll then be asked to read and agree to our “Terms of Service”.
Finally, you’ll be asked to verify your Curve card on Samsung Pay. Select “Text message” and wait for the code. If you’re asked to call us, you can also raise a ticket in the Curve app or email email@example.com, we’ll help you out!
Once verified, you’re good to go!
A few things to note
At this time of writing, April 23rd 2020, Samsung Pay is currently available with:
Galaxy S20, S20+ S20 Ultra, S10 5G, S10+, S10, S10e, Note10, Note10+, Note10+ 5G, S9, S9+, Note9, S8, S8+ and Note8, S7 and S7 edge, S6, S6 edge and S6 edge+**, A70, A50, A40, A20e, A8, A6, A3, A5 2017, Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2, Samsung Galaxy Watch Active, Galaxy Watch, Galaxy Watch 4G, Gear S3 & Gear Sport.
Also, a selection of Curve cards aren’t compatible with Samsung Pay in the EEA. If you’re having trouble adding your card, raise a ticket in the Curve app or email firstname.lastname@example.org, we’ll look into it.