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Mobile NFC payments using Isis coming soon

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29th August 2012, 05:39 AM   |  #1  
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Isis is T-Mobile/Verizon/AT&T's competitor to Google Wallet, and uses NFC for making payments with our phones. It'll be launching at the end of September, and we're on the official list!

Plus as noted elsewhere, the update on Kies that just came out had this in its changelog:
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Improvements

  • ISIS/NFC update
  • Bug fixes

I'd rather have Google Wallet, but since that isn't happening, I'm just glad someone will finally let me use that NFC chip in my phone as a credit card. Can't wait!
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Originally Posted by manekineko

http://www.androidpolice.com/2012/08...ants-and-more/

Isis is T-Mobile/Verizon/AT&T's competitor to Google Wallet, and uses NFC for making payments with our phones. It'll be launching at the end of September, and we're on the official list!

Plus as noted elsewhere, the update on Kies that just came out had this in its changelog:


I'd rather have Google Wallet, but since that isn't happening, I'm just glad someone will finally let me use that NFC chip in my phone as a credit card. Can't wait!

Well we still dont have the release-keys required to reach the secure element in the sim card yet... maybe when it does wallet might work..
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Well we still dont have the release-keys required to reach the secure element in the sim card yet... maybe when it does wallet might work..

Think outside the box.
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Think outside the box.

im guessing that there will be some kind of secure element that wont involve the simcard?
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Wouldnt it suck for the people that have extra batteries that doesnt support NFC?? Like the anker battery i have doesnt.

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So ISIS came out today and if you are rooted then it will not work and it will ask you to uninstall the app.
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