Samsung says it has launched a new credit card service that allows customers to quickly pay bills with their smartphone and pay them back with a Samsung Pay credit card, as part of its push to get consumers to use their phones more.
The new service, called CSC service, is available in the United States and Canada and allows customers who do not currently have an online shopping or credit card to make purchases with a credit card and pay the balance on the card online.
CSC offers customers up to two credit cards for a monthly fee of $10 and it says it offers a wide range of services for consumers.
It also offers a loyalty program that allows consumers to earn rewards points on purchases and also offers an online loyalty program where customers can earn points on every purchase made on the website.
CSc says it is partnering with Amazon Prime to make its service available to Prime members in the U.S. and Canada.
The service is part of Samsung’s push to convince people to use its smartphones more.
Samsung also said it is also expanding its online loyalty programs to include merchants in the Philippines and Mexico, which it is targeting with CSC services.
CSP is also available in Korea and the U, but it is not yet available to customers in the UK, where CSC is currently available.
Samsung said the CSC card offers up to 10% on purchases made with the card and will work on Samsung phones, tablets, laptops, and gaming consoles.
“We’re excited to partner with Samsung and provide our customers with more convenient and easy payment options to save on their bills and on the products they love,” said John Fagan, president and chief executive officer of CSC.
Samsung plans to expand CSC’s card offering to other countries in the coming months.
Samsung, which is trying to expand its business into smartphones and tablets, said last year that it expects to double revenue and profit by 2020.
Last year, Samsung said it would spend about $2.6 billion in the first half of the year on marketing and other costs, including expanding its mobile operations and building new facilities in the South Korean city of Gangnam.
Samsung and other major U.K. companies have also struggled to attract more customers and pay their bills.
Citing the global financial crisis, Apple Inc. has been working on an iPhone app that lets users pay bills in cash and use it to pay for things, such as groceries.
The company has also struggled with growing costs and has been trying to reduce those costs by offering discounts for prepaid cards and prepaid debit cards.
In the past year, Apple has said it will reduce its share of the U:U market from 17% to 11.8%, but that plan has not materialized.
Apple has been looking to increase revenue and profits by offering new products that appeal to consumers and attracting new consumers to its products.
Last week, Samsung launched a similar service that gives customers the option to pay bills using Samsung Pay.