Isis Rings Up American Express Cards
Updated: rewrote second sentence
Isis today announced that it has agreed to make American Express cards and services available through its mobile payment product. Isis is a joint venture between AT&T, T-Mobile USA, and Verizon Wireless that aims to bring NFC-based tap-and-go payments to mobile handsets. The initiative has signed a number of banking institutions, and also works with the Visa payment network. American Express joined the Isis Mobile Commerce Platform last year, but now American Express is adding its cards to the Isis mobile wallet. Isis is expected to launch later this year.
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I'm excited about ISIS!!!!!
And ISIS is the only one putting all the partners together.
Hopefully this service will be ready by the time Verizon is ready to launch the GSIII.
I meant someone has to put these partners together, not gas to!!!
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