Samsung cuts users from gaining Pay Rewards Points through My Bixby Level

Samsung cuts users from gaining Pay Rewards Points through My Bixby Level
One of the ways that Samsung Galaxy users could earn reward points was to level up their so-called Bixby levels. Unfortunately, come August, this will no longer possible since Samsung plans to forfeit the My Bixby Level service for whatever reason.

That's really bad news for those who worked hard to unlock higher levels to reach those juicy rewards awarded by the service. For some reasons, Samsung believes that encouraging people to use Bixby doesn't require giving away various rewards.

Investing so many resources in a service that many don't use unless they are offered a reward doesn't seem like a good way to do business. Samsung probably realized that and decided to redirect or save those resources.

Sadly, starting August 10, 2018, earning Samsung Rewards Points via My Bixby Level service will no longer be possible, but you can continue to earn these points until that date, so make sure you make the most out it.

source: Samsung via XDA Developers



1. Lukino

Posts: 31; Member since: May 04, 2018

Maybe they will unlock all features for everyone without earning awards.

2. gigicoaste

Posts: 466; Member since: Feb 21, 2016

I liked Bixby, the only way to control the phone without touching it, but I stop using it due to missing navigation and other things. The reward system was never implemented. so.. I don't care. Same with Samsung Pay.. probably will pass another 10 years until will be available here..

3. Vokilam

Posts: 1446; Member since: Mar 15, 2018

too bad, samsung pay was the best in the industry

4. ZombieHunter

Posts: 270; Member since: Oct 13, 2013

Step 1: Implement something totally innovative, but limit it's availability. Step 2: Cripple it Step 3: Piss off your users Step 4: Lose your customers because of your stupidity.

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