Samsung is testing a new health savings plan to make it easier for people to use its health savings accounts.
The company said on Wednesday that its health accounts will be available in 2018 and 2019, and will be able to be used for health insurance, medical, prescription drugs, and home health services.
The accounts will also be used to pay for a variety of medical care, such as vision, dental, and vision therapy, the company said.
Samsung said it expects that people who are currently enrolled in the Samsung Health Savings Plan to use their accounts for their health care needs for at least one year after their accounts are activated.
Samsung said it also expects to see people who were previously enrolled in a Samsung Health Plan or who previously purchased a Samsung Home Health Plan sign up for Samsung Health Plans.
It said that the Health Savings Accounts will not be available until 2018, and that Samsung will make a “complete and detailed announcement of the status of the Health Saver account in the near future.”
Samsung said that people can start using their accounts in the U.S. and Canada starting in the first quarter of 2019, or in the United Kingdom in March 2020.
The health savings plans will be free for customers with a Samsung smartphone, Samsung Pay, Samsung Home, Samsung TV, or other Samsung devices.
Consumers with health insurance will be charged for the accounts.