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Bank of America to Drop Windows Phone Support, Too

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Jan 28, 2015, 3:27 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

Following Chase, Bank of America today indicated that it will cease to support the Windows Phone platform come March. According to the Windows Store listing for Bank of America's Windows Phone app, the app will cease to work in early March. Bank of America said its Windows Phone users will be able to access their account through their mobile browser once the app is disabled. Chase bank made a similar announcement earlier this week. Bank of America is the second-largest bank in the U.S., while Chase is the largest.

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Jan 28, 2015, 10:10 PM

Bank of America...... in 2015?

I do love Windows 8.1 but I did not care for previous versions. Been an Android guy for years & years but just tired of the glitches & battery pulls to use Android seemingly regardless of phone (used different phones from just about every maker). My big question is with Capital One 360 & Discover Bank out there, WHO under age 40 would bank with a rip-off B&M like Bank of America or Chase in 2015?
I'm 26, and BofA has always been really good to me (do not remember the last time i've spent money on a fee for anything)

And, unlike my credit union the website does not randomly go down around payday due to system glitches.

Overall i'm very ha...
Looks like someone doesn't know how to use and Android phone. But I like Windows Phone too.
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