Isis Opens Its Mobile Wallet Nationwide

NEW YORK -- Isis, the mobile commerce joint venture created by AT&T Mobility, T-Mobile USA, Inc. and Verizon Wireless, today announced the latest version of the Isis Mobile Wallet is now available to consumers for download in the Google Play app store and at thousands of AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless retail stores nationwide. The Isis Mobile Wallet allows customers to pay at contactless payment terminals, and to save money through special offers and loyalty cards at participating merchants – all from their Isis Ready smartphone.

The Isis Mobile Wallet allows consumers to shop and pay using their mobile phone, by securely storing virtual versions of a customer’s participating credit or prepaid cards, as well as coupons and merchant loyalty cards. To use the Isis Mobile Wallet, customers simply select a payment card and tap their smartphone on the point-of-sale terminal.

The redesigned Isis Mobile Wallet features a simplified user interface with a clean, white background and easy-to-navigate toolbars. Integration with American Express Serve® makes it convenient for Isis Mobile Wallet users to load funds to their American Express Serve Account from a U.S. debit or credit card, bank account, or through direct deposit, as well as pay bills online and send money to friends and family using an American Express Serve Account.

Customers can use the Isis Mobile Wallet at merchant locations nationwide that accept contactless payments such as Toys“R”Us, Jamba Juice and Coca-Cola vending machines. Aite Group projects that hundreds of thousands of locations in the U.S. will have contactless-ready payment terminals by year end, making it the most broadly deployed mobile payments technology at the point of sale. Explore local merchants at www.paywithisis.com/where.html.


Sarah Thomas 11/14/2013 | 4:56:57 PM
Coin Well, if you don't want to pay $20 for a SIM, Coin launched today with a new option. You buy a "coin" for $100 ($50 for early adopters) that includes all of your cards, loyalty cards, gift certificates, etc, on that device that you can use anywhere.

This any more appealing to people? Would you rather do this or have your phone be that Coin?
Sarah Thomas 11/14/2013 | 12:30:18 PM
$20 for a SIM? It's good that Isis is lining up retail partners to offer deals and incentives, but, seriously, you have to pay $20 to get the special SIM? Seems like it should be free...too many roadblocks to get excited about it.
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