Samsung is set to launch a mobile payments service for users of the Korean bsnl mobile network.
The mobile payments company, known as BSNL, is set for launch in Korea, where it has been limited to offering BSN2 (a bsna mobile network).
Samsung’s new mobile payment service, called BSN 2 Mobile, will allow customers to use the Samsung Pay app and pay for goods and services through their phones or pay using credit cards.
Samsung will also support payments through its Samsung Pay e-wallet, which was introduced in South Korean markets in August.
The BSN mobile payment platform will be compatible with the BSN 1 mobile network and will also be compatible for the BSM mobile network, which is already available in South Koreans.
The service will be available in the Korean regions of South Korea, Korea, Japan, and China.
Customers who sign up for BSN Mobile will be automatically redirected to the BSS network when they switch from one network to another.
BSN has been offering mobile payments since 2014, and it launched BSN e-payment in November 2016.
The company’s new BSN service will add more than 40 million customers to its mobile payments platform in the coming year, the company said in a statement.
The move to launch the BSL network is part of a broader strategy by Samsung to expand its business in the global payments market.
The South Korean company recently announced that it is looking to expand into the U.S. market, which has been the main target for its mobile phone business.
It has been investing heavily in building its mobile payment infrastructure.