In the past year, Amazon has quietly rolled out the first of its own mobile payments cards to its customers.
The cards are called Dash Charge and are currently only available in the US, but Amazon is set to launch them in the UK next month.
Dash Charge is the only card that lets you pay for goods using a smartphone’s micro-USB charging port, which means that the cost of the card is only $8 per month.
If you don’t have a Samsung phone, you can still use the card to pay for a Samsung tablet, though the company warns that the amount you’ll be able to pay will vary depending on the type of tablet you own.
But if you do own a Samsung device, you should be able take advantage of the cards on Amazon.com.
The company has also added the option to pay using a credit card or PayPal account.
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Android 7 Nougates are available to download for $0.99 on the Play Store right now, though you’ll need to sign in to your Amazon account to receive them.
It’ll be a little harder to buy the new Nougas in the future if you haven’t already, but for now you can download them for free from the Amazon app store.