To prove this, Hannibal Buress went to Katz's Deli for a pastrami sandwich. When the time came for him to settle the check, he asked the staff at the deli if he could use his phone to pay. "You mean like Apple Pay?" one employee asked. "We don't have that." Buress snapped back, "No, like Samsung Pay."
Of course, the staff insists that it won't work. And sure enough, it does. When Samsung bought LoopPay last February, it was a particularly smart acquisition since it brought magnetic secure transmission to the company. More retailers accept Samsung Pay than other competing mobile payment systems including Apple Pay and Android Pay. And you should expect Samsung to keep driving home that point in more ads similar to this one.
source: SamsungMobile via AndroidCentral