How do I find my default payment?

Answered by Jarrod Smith

To find your default payment service on your phone, follow these steps:

1. Open the Settings app on your phone. This is usually represented by a gear icon and can be found on your home screen or in the app drawer.

2. Within the Settings menu, scroll or search for the “Connections” option and tap on it. This will open a new set of options related to your device’s connectivity settings.

3. In the Connections menu, look for the “NFC and contactless payment” option and tap on it. This is where you can manage your NFC (Near Field Communication) settings and choose your default payment service.

4. Once you’re in the NFC and contactless payment settings, you’ll see a switch to turn on the NFC feature on your phone. Tap the switch to enable it. NFC is necessary for contactless payments.

5. After enabling NFC, you will see an option for “Contactless payments.” Tap on it to access the available payment services on your device.

6. In the Contactless payments menu, you should see a list of supported payment services. Look for “Samsung Pay” and tap on it to select it as your default payment service. If Samsung Pay is not listed, it might not be supported on your device.

7. Once you have chosen Samsung Pay or any other preferred payment service, you can go back to the previous menu by tapping the back arrow at the top left of the screen.

That’s it! You have now set Samsung Pay as your default payment service on your phone. From now on, when you use NFC for contactless payments, your phone will automatically use Samsung Pay unless you choose a different payment method during the transaction.

Remember that the availability of certain payment services and features may vary depending on your phone model, region, and carrier. It’s always a good idea to ensure that your device and payment service are compatible and up to date for a seamless payment experience.

Note: This answer assumes you have a Samsung phone. If you have a different brand of phone, the steps may vary slightly, but the general process should be similar.