A quick how-to
Samsung Pay for your Starling bank account
Turn your phone into your wallet.
Enjoy easy and secure spending by adding your Starling debit card to Samsung Pay.
How to set up your Starling debit card in Samsung Pay:
Make sure you’ve got the Samsung Pay app, download from the Samsung Galaxy App store – then open it.
Add your Starling debit card to Samsung Pay by taking a photo of it or entering the details manually. Further authentication may be required.
You're all set!
Why use Samsung Pay?
Samsung Pay allows you to make quick and secure payments from your Samsung devices.
It’s easy. No need to juggle a wallet with multiple cards and cash. Just speed through purchases using your phone.
You can set up your Starling card as a ‘transport card’ to use on TFL services. This option means you don’t even need to wake your phone to pay – simply touch the middle section of your phone against the card reader.
Many shops, restaurants and other retailers accept Samsung Pay payments over £30*.
Please note: mobile wallet functionality may not be available to all customers.
*Payment limit subject to retailer.
It’s compatible with:
Samsung Galaxy S10e
Samsung Galaxy S10
Samsung Galaxy S10+
Samsung Galaxy S9
Samsung Galaxy S9+
Samsung Galaxy Note9
Samsung Galaxy Note9
Samsung Galaxy S8
Samsung Galaxy S8+
Samsung Galaxy Note8
Samsung Galaxy S7
Samsung Galaxy S7 edge
Samsung Galaxy S6
Samsung Galaxy S6 edge
Samsung Galaxy A9
Samsung Galaxy A8
Samsung Galaxy A6
Samsung Galaxy A5
Samsung Galaxy A3 2017
Samsung Galaxy J6+
Samsung Galaxy J4+
Samsung Galaxy Watch Active
Samsung Galaxy Watch 4G
Samsung Galaxy Watch
Samsung Gear Sport
Samsung Gear S3
You may want to know...
How do I make my Starling debit card the default card? The last card you viewed in Samsung Pay will automatically appear as your default card the next time you open the app. However it is possible to set your Starling card as your default card in settings.
What if I lose my mobile phone? With Samsung Pay, each transaction is covered by your bank’s fraud protection and authenticated by your fingerprint, pin number or iris scan. Tokenisation adds an extra layer of security. It creates a unique randomised set of numbers to be used at each new transaction, so your real card number is never used from your phone.
If you lose your phone or it’s stolen, use Samsung’s Find My Mobile service to find it. The cards and payment information on Samsung Pay will remain safe and secure, but you also have the option of disabling cards remotely. You can also temporarily prevent unauthorised Samsung Pay transactions by blocking your Starling Bank card - just contact us via webchat or email and we’ll block it for you.
Samsung Pay is a trademark of Samsung Electronics.