Photo Courtesy of AT&T
Yesterday, November 14, Isis, a mobile wallet solution, launched for Android smartphones and AT&T was ready for devices to use this service on their network. Using a secure SIM card, customers can make payments, receive special offers, and redeem loyalty cards at participating merchants.
AT&T indicated that this service is enabled on 19 different smartphones that support Near Field Communication (NFC) and are able to use Isis Mobile Wallet. You can check which phones are ready for Isis on AT&T's website. AT&T will also accept Isis payments in company owned stores. This means customers can pay for devices and accessories by simply tapping their phone on a point-of-sale terminal.
“AT&T is supporting Isis by ensuring our industry leading smartphones support the Isis Mobile Wallet, and enabling our stores to accept Isis payments,” said David Christopher, chief marketing officer, AT&T Mobility. “Isis has the right plan to significantly expand the mobile payments industry for our customers.
AT&T lists the following steps on their website to enable Isis on your Android smartphone:
How to Get Started With the Isis Mobile Wallet on an Android Smartphone:
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