Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Isis Debuts in Two Cities

To use Isis, consumers with an Isis-compatible mobile device would download the Isis Mobile Wallet app from Google Play, and then load an eligible American Express, Capital One, or Chase credit card into the app. Alternately, consumers can use the Isis Cash card that comes in every Wallet. When paying at a location that accepts Isis, the consumer would tap-to-pay, simply tapping the phone to transmit the

Research firm Parks Associates, www.parksassociates.com, reports almost 50% of U.S. smartphone owners find an NFC-enabled mobile wallet application appealing. Isis is not the only mobile wallet solution in the works. One of the most well-known is Google Wallet, which also allows the user to store credit cards in a mobile app and tap-to-pay using NFC.

From the article, "Isis Debuts in Two Cities." 

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