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AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon Pledging $100 Million to Isis

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Aug 29, 2011, 10:58 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

According to sources cited by Bloomberg, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless are planning to invest up to $100 million into their Isis mobile payment joint venture. Isis will eventually bring near-field communications payment services to mobile devices sold by the three networks. Isis already has the support of credit card companies MasterCard and Visa. The amount of the investment by the three carriers will be based, in part, on how successful Isis is at attracting banks and merchants to support mobile payments. Isis will compete directly with the Google mobile wallet service, which is being trialled by Sprint. The potential $100 million investment demonstrates the carriers' commitment to making mobile payments a reality.

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This_guy_right_here

Aug 30, 2011, 4:21 PM

You Suck

if you think that making a Terminator reference somehow makes you correct.
because you still haven't caught on to the joke.
WarriorProphet

Aug 30, 2011, 3:17 AM

Trialed

Only one "L" in trialed.
kvlt

Aug 29, 2011, 12:35 PM

I WISH DEY WULD TAKE 100 MILLION IN THEIR NETWORKS

SO THEY CULD GET SOME GOOD SERVICE, ALL THOSE COMPANIES HAVE BAD SERVICE SO I USE THE TRACFONE ITS LALL I CNA GET???
um dude if I remember, tracfone is AT&T prepaid???
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In 2009, at&t spent more than $6 billion on its network....

$100 million is pocket change compared to what these companies spend
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why is everyone always complaining about service, speed, bla bla bla , 85 percent of phones out there are AWESOME, great cameras, great speed, you can customize

there is so many differnet options for networks and wifi in many areas,


everyo...
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can consider themselves trolled, welcome to the internet you fools
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