Sprint Offers Free Mobile Banking to Most Phones
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Sep 26, 2008, 8:02 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Sprint announced a new mobile banking application that will allow customers to perform a wide variety of banking actions directly from their mobile phones. MyMoneyManager is a free download that allows customers to view account balances, view account transactions, pay bills, transfer money and search for nearby ATM and branch locations. Right now, BB&T, Citibank, IBC Bank and PNC Bank are participating, though Sprint hopes to add more banks soon. MyMoneyManager is also compatible with PayPal and includes a feature that allows Sprint customers to send money to almost anyone via their PayPal account.
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I've been doing this for a YEAR!!!!!
It's called the World Wide Web, don't need some carrier supported program on my phone.
**** That website www.whateveryourbanksnameis.com is made up, it's an example, just go to your banks website on your phone.
Be careful with this!
Some Banks, like Bank of America have their own mobile banking system, and that is just fine.
That's like giving the government $700 billion to fix the economy.
This is one of those times I'd prefer to ignore reality!!!! It's almost getting to the point I don't even want to know the news for this upcoming week!!!
Nice idea...need them to support some modern phones
I need them to add my bank