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Isis recruits big point-of-sale providers for mobile payment push

03/16/2012 - 10:09
Isis, the mobile payment joint-venture between Verizon, AT&Tand T-Mobile, has been on a slow-and-steady march toward an initial rollout this summer, lining up an array of partners across payment networks, handset manufacturers and banks. Now, it is partnering with big point-of-sale payment systems providers VeriFone, Ingenico, VivoTech and Equinox Payments.
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07.15.2013 | Dasuma B. wrote:

We can now use our mobile phones in mobile payment of goods and services. One of the most fiercely envisioned mobile phone technologies is mobile payments, or spending money on stuff using a smartphone app linked to a debit or credit card. The largest obstacle is the lack point-of-sale machines, though the upcoming Isis system has just scored a deal with POS machine distributors. Source for this article: <a title="Isis mobile payment system inks deal with POS vendors" href="http://www.appisaurus.com/">Isis mobile payment system inks deal with POS vendors</a>

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