Isis Approved Devices for Each Carrier List Now Available

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  • 29 Aug 2012
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  • ISIS is a mobile payment system devised by Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile to challenge Google Wallet and Sprint. One of the reasons for the delay in ISIS’s launch was the decision by the three carriers to use credit card companies to handle the transactions. Originally, the carriers were going to handle transactions themselves, but instead it was decided on to use companies more familiar with the process. ISIS had to then spend time to go back and make sure that the payments technology was secure.


    A report by Bloomberg states that the new service will debut in September. In the mean time DroidLife have a list of devices on each carrier that MasterCard has given ISIS approval to. As NFC enabled phones are slow to penetrate the market the list of devices compatible with the new service isn’t extensive. The Galaxy Nexus is not on the list and finds itself in a peculiar position as Verizon won’t allow Google Wallet to work on it (even though they deny it) and MasterCard won’t give it ISIS approval. Here is the list of approved devices:


    • DROID Incredible 4G LTE
    • Samsung Galaxy S3


    • Samsung Galaxy S3
    • HTC One X


    • HTC Amaze 4G
    • Samsung Galaxy S3
    • Samsung Galaxy S2

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