Klarna announces partnership with Samsung Electronics

By Amber Donovan-Stevens
Klarna has announced a new partnership with Samsung today, to provide Samsung.com customers with its pay-later services. Under the new partnership, S...

 Klarna has announced a new partnership with Samsung today, to provide Samsung.com customers with its pay-later services.

Under the new partnership, Samsung.com customers can pay for products in three new ways: 

  • Purchase now and pay 30 days later

  • Buy now and spread the cost across three monthly payments

  • Buy now and spread the cost for up to four years

Along with today’s announcement, the Swedish bank announced that it is going to continue its support of the Samsung Flagship programme

Nick White, Online Director at Samsung UK & Ireland, commented: “At Samsung, we never shy away from big ideas and innovation, so it was only right that we partnered with a payments company that shares our values and vision. Klarna does exactly that — and its exceptional user experience for both new and existing customers will allow us to give online shoppers the most seamless experience possible.”

SEE MORE: 

Luke Griffiths, General Manager at Klarna UK, added: “We are delighted to grow our partnership with Samsung and to be working with a truly visionary and innovative global brand. By offering our payment options online, Samsung.com is showing its ongoing commitment to enhancing the customer experience through cutting edge technology in its retail offering.

“Whether buying a phone, TV or washing machine, Klarna will empower Samsung.com customers with greater flexibility over how, when and where they pay, to best meet their needs. We look forward to further developing this partnership and driving results for Samsung in a highly competitive market.”

For more information on all topics for FinTech, please take a look at the latest edition of FinTech Magazine.

Follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.

[Images: Klarna]

 

Share

Featured Articles

Pay Later: Does Apple's latest offering threaten BNPL?

We ask several industry insiders whether Apple Pay Later, the tech firm's foray into BNPL, threatens the market and risks marginalising smaller players.

Is Launching a Fintech Unicorn Easier than Ever Before?

With new unicorns in the fintech space emerging every week, we take a look at the traits that enable companies to scale at pace

Why BaaS is transforming the financial services space

We look at the latest changes in the BaaS space, taking into consideration new technologies, marketplace demands and changes in the financial landscape

Wealth management trends and the ‘new normal’

Financial Services (FinServ)

Innovation is driving fintech, Shuki Licht, Finastra CEO

Financial Services (FinServ)

SIX SME Banking Trends that are Disrupting the Space

Banking