ISIS Mobile Wallet

ISIS Mobile Wallet now available throughout U.S.

Verizon has just made the ISIS mobile payment system available for residents in the U.S. through all Verizon outlets. The carrier is also offering a decent $10 credit to the customers for wireless payments. ISIS is basically like Google Wallet and it requires users to hook up one or more credit cards to the ISIS


T-Mobile debuting Isis NFC payment service

After blocking Google Wallet, T-Mobile will debut the Isis NFC payment service, according to a T-Mobile staff member who has apparently had trouble with the payment service before release. Isis has come under criticism in the past, mainly for being a barrier to using Google Wallet that AT&T, Verizon and now T-Mobile have embraced and

Isis Mobile Payment System Launches In Austin and Salt Lake City

As we have all expected, the new Isis mobile payment system that had been backed by a bunch of major carriers like AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon, has just launched today in Austin, Texas and Salt Lake City, Utah. As of right now, there are nine different handsets that are ready to go with the NFC-enabled app, with

Isis Mobile Wallet To Launch On October 22

After several delays, Isis Mobile Wallet is finally launching this coming October 22. Reportedly, the postponements were due to several factors which were all deemed important for ensuring an optimal user experience. To recap, Isis Mobile Wallet is a mobile payment system that harnesses the power of Near Field Communication technology. It is a joint

Isis Mobile Wallet Launch Gets Delayed

The launch of the Isis mobile wallet system, which was scheduled this summer, was postponed. According to Jaymee Johnson, the company’s head of the marketing department, the launch has been moved to September 21. Johnson also revealed that the delay was not due to a single factor, but by their decision to put the final

Isis To Launch in September

Some time ago, it was reported that AT&T, Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile USA Inc. have teamed up for a mobile payment service called Isis. It had been originally scheduled for launching during the first half of this year. However, there had been delays to make sure that the service is completely secure. Such delays pushed

T-Mobile Galaxy S II Update Makes It The First Isis-Ready Phone

There was a rather abrupt OTA (Over the Air) update (T989UVLH1) for the T-Mobile Galaxy S II was announced today, with a 2-line changelog that really won’t excite anyone at all, unless NFC (Near Field Communication) makes you excited. Here’s the patch notes: Improvements ISIS/NFC update Bug fixes That’s literally the entire changelog. The ISIS

Google Wallet May Be Looking Into Revenue Sharing With Major Carriers

Google Wallet seems like a revolutionary idea to most Android users. Incorporating Google, Google Checkout and your NFC equipped Android phone to make wireless payments seems like a great idea. Currently the service is officially available on Sprint. It’s also unofficially available on Verizon Wireless via sideloading the Google Wallet app onto a Samsung Galaxy

SXSW: Hands On With ISIS Mobile Wallet

Mobile Wallet is going to become big in the next few years. The ability to store your important financial information on your smartphone and use it by simply tapping your phone is both convenient and in some ways more secure. Many privacy and security pundits are worried about the safety of confidential financial information being

No Google Wallet For Verizon’s Samsung Galaxy Nexus

The most anticipated phone of the year, the Verizon Wireless Samsung Galaxy Nexus, will ship with an NFC chip inside capable of running Google Wallet. However, it’s being reported by our friends at 9to5Google that Verizon will not install Google Wallet onto the Galaxy Nexus. It’s also being reported that Verizon Wireless will block the

Verizon Wireless Offering Intuit Credit Card Reader For Android In Stores Now

Verizon Wireless has been talking about mobile payment initiatives for a while.  From the ISIS network to allowing small businesses to take credit cards almost painlessly through their smartphones. Verizon has teamed up with payment provider Intuit to offer Intuit’s GoPayment reader in Verizon Wireless corporate stores.  According to the picture of the packaging the

Utah To Roll Out Phone Payments For Transit In 2012

Fresh on the heels of the Sprint announcement yesterday that they were working on releasing “Tap & go” (NFC) via phone this year, Salt Lake City Utah has announced that they are going to use ISIS, the collective mobile payment program of AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless for public transit purchases. If all goes well

Sprint Hoping To Be First With NFC, “Tap & Go”

There has been a lot of talk about NFC since Android 2.3, “Gingerbread” rolled out last December in the Samsung Nexus S. Near Field Communication is what “NFC” stands for and it allows people to use their phones as payment devices via a tap or a wave. The technology is very similar to the cards