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Exxon Mobil Speedpass+ Updated With Samsung Pay Support

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The Speedpass+ app from Exxon Mobil, which lets users pay for gas and other services at select gas stations using a smartphone, has just been updated to support Samsung Pay

With this added support, Samsung Pay users can now use the mobile payment service at 9,600+ Exxon stations that are Speedpass+ enabled. To use, simply link your Samsung Pay account in the Speedpass+ app, pull up to the gas station, then set yourself up.

To give you a bit more detailed explanation of how it works, you will go to the gas station, open the app, select your desired pump number, confirm your payment with a PIN or fingerprint, choose the grade of gasoline you want pumped, then start pumping. Once you’re filled up, drive off and never look back.

I will say, the ratings on this app are downright abysmal. It’s currently rated at 3.1 stars, with plenty of folks saying it just doesn’t work or takes too long to load. If that’s the case, I don’t see why getting out of the car and paying for gas the old fashioned way wouldn’t be more time efficient. But hey, you can always give it a try.

Grab the update from Google Play right now.

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  • XeroEncryption
    • Goodness if you’re going to use that why not just swipe a credit/debit card? That’s just too much.

    • neo1738

      Just filled up my gas tank today too…

  • John E. Jablonski

    Don’t those warning stickers on the gas pump tell you NOT to use your phone there?

  • Lori

    I have a Speedpass and use it at the Mobil near me. That Mobil was recently on the news when a credit card skimmer was discovered on one of the pumps. That’s one advantage to the Speedpass+ app (if you don’t have a Speedpass), no one can skim your data (I hope).

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  • Cory S

    Ugh, at first I thought it meant I could just tap to pay at the pump like with the key-chain dongles. This is way too many steps.

    • This would make soooo much more sense.

    • Dan Young

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  • Omar Amer

    I dont get it. load up an app that will load up another app? seems kinda pointless to me. I think Exxon missed the mark of efficiency here.