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Isis mobile payments get retailer partnerships

Isis mobile payments get retailer partnerships

Unless you happened to own one of the very few phones that supports Google Wallet and happened to have a Citi credit card, chances are you haven't had the opportunity to pay for an in-store purchase with your phone. But that may soon change, as rival service Isis is now securing retail partnerships. It's all set up to go live this summer, right on schedule.

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Isis solidifies American Express support

Isis solidifies American Express support

The biggest competitor to Google Wallet - and when I say biggest competitor I mean it's going to chew up Google Wallet and spit it out like a piece of bad meat - has just joined forces with American Express to have the three biggest credit card issuers already flipping the switch with its mobile payment platform. Isis, a joint venture between T-Mobile, AT&T, and Verizon, is steadily making its way to a nationwide launch.

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Facebook counts on App Center to solve mobile crisis

Facebook counts on App Center to solve mobile crisis

Facebook's new App Center could increase tensions between the site and Google and Apple, with Zuckerberg's desire for mobile stability forcing him to carve a niche in-between existing app store behaviors. Although long-standing rumors around Facebook's Project Spartan have painted it as an HTML5-centric landgrab against iOS and Android, the App Center we've seen revealed this week is more a middle-man between Facebook users and the current App Store and Play Market. Driving Facebook appears to be desperation, as mobile device use increases without a matching rise in monetization.

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Isis mobile payment platform is almost ready

Isis mobile payment platform is almost ready

Isis has a booth on display at the SXSW show in Austin, Texas this week. Austin is one of the platform's pilot cities, and will be able to start accepting Isis payments in the summer. The Isis team, which is made up of a joint venture between Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile, released a new video to show how the service will work once it goes live.

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Isis locks up deals with Chase, Capital One

Isis locks up deals with Chase, Capital One

If you're able to take full advantage of Google Wallet right now, you're in the minority of a minority of a minority. When its rival platform Isis launches later this year, chances are much higher you'll be able to see all that Near Field Communication (NFC) payments have to offer. Isis announced today that it has secured deals with Chase, Capital One, and Barclaycard, meaning customers who have an account with any of those three powerhouses will be eligible to enroll, provided their phone meets the hardware requirements.

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Isis NFC tech gets the nod from HTC, LG, Motorola, RIM, Samsung, and more

Isis NFC tech gets the nod from HTC, LG, Motorola, RIM, Samsung, and more

The world of NFC for payments using a mobile phone is growing rapidly with Google Wallet going official and already in use in some stores. Another competing offering that is in the NFC fight against Google is Isis. Isis is a NFC joint venture between some of the largest companies in the mobile sector including AT&T Mobility, T-Mobile USA, and Verizon Wireless. Isis previously vowed to rival Google Wallet and to support Android devices as well.

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ISIS Mobile Payment Network Adds MasterCard, Visa, And American Express

ISIS Mobile Payment Network Adds MasterCard, Visa, And American Express

The mobile payments arena was starting to look very fragmented with several different players each attempting to offer their own NFC-based system. Google announced their Google Wallet service in partnership with MasterCard, Visa hinted at its own service, while Discover teamed up with the ISIS network. But surprisingly, in an announcement today, it was revealed that MasterCard, Visa, and American Express have now all joined ISIS.

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ISIS Mobile Payments To Start In Austin

ISIS Mobile Payments To Start In Austin

Being able to "tap and pay" with your smartphones will be widespread next year according to the predictions of Google exec Eric Schmidt. The company has begun rolling out its Google Wallet mobile payment system after last month's announcement. And to keep up, competing mobile payment service ISIS---a joint venture between AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile---is speeding up the delivery of its system, now set to start in Austin, TX.

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ISIS NFC Mobile Payment System Scales Back, Not Butting Heads With Visa, MasterCard

ISIS NFC Mobile Payment System Scales Back, Not Butting Heads With Visa, MasterCard

Mobile payments are certainly the new frontier that many large companies are racing towards. The adoption of NFC (Near Field Communications) technology and a NFC-based payment network could usurp the traditional wallet. ISIS, a joint-venture NFC network between AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon initially had plans that would butt heads directly with Visa and MasterCard, but have today announced scaling back those ambitions.

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