ISIS mobile payment joint venture introduces its first banking partners


The ISIS mobile payment joint venture, which was created by AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile, has just introduced its first banking partners, which include Capital One, Chase, and Barclaycard. These new banking partners will be adding their debit, credit, and pre-paid cards to the ISIS mobile wallet in time for its inaugural launch in the summer of 2012. These card issuing giants have more than 100 million American customers, providing ISIS with a strong foundation when it hast its first start in Salt Lake City, Utah, and Austin, Texas. The ISIS…

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T-Mobile unveils m-commerce Direct Carrier Billing solution

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T-Mobile USA has announced the introduction of Direct Carrier Billing, which provides its subscribers with a new mobile commerce solution that lets them buy digital products and services using their web enabled mobile devices such as PCs and netbooks, but also smartphones and tablets. Direct Carrier Billing was originally meant to leverage partner billing services from Boku, Zong, BilltoMobile, Payfone, and OpenMarket, and it allows customers to make purchases of digital products such as games, music, videos, or social networking credits so that they never need to enter their credit…

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