Isis Set to Debut in October October 18, 2012The mobile wallet, a joint venture between T-Mobile USA, Veirzon Wireless and AT&T, will use NFC technology.
New Industry-Wide Committee Aims To Nurture Growth of Mobile Payments August 10, 2012The committee will gather banks, merchants and all four major mobile networks to develop best practices and business relationships for mobile payments. After Much Fanfare, Isis Launches with Pragmatic Expectations July 31, 2012Isis, the NFC-based mobile wallet venture formed by AT&T Mobility, T-Mobile USA and Verizon Wireless, finally is gearing up for its long-awaited launch at the end of the summer. Mobile Payments Company payvia Announces Next-Gen Platform July 25, 2012The Los Angeles-based firm has reached agreements with Sprint and T-Mobile USA. Isis Announces Deal With Mobile Handset Makers September 27, 2011The mobile payments consortium is partnering with HTC, LG, Motorola Mobility, RIM, Samsung Mobile and Sony Ericsson on NFC-enabled mobile devices. Barclaycard, Everything Everywhere Partnership to Launch U.K.'s First Mobile NFC Payments Solution This Summer January 28, 2011Near Field Communications-enabled SIM cards, payments capabilities from MasterCard and TSM from Gemalto will enable the new mobile-based payments capabilites. Isis Sees Mobile Payments Succeeding Through Partnership November 23, 2010Formed through the partnership of three of the four largest mobile phone operators in the United States, the recently-announced Isis payment network could be the first successful attempt at getting domestic cell phone customers to ditch plastic and start p Mobile Payment Alternatives Expand: To Be or Not To Be? November 21, 2010Mobile payment alternatives : Has the mobile payments landscape has reached a tipping point for one or more alternatives? Is Telecom Carriers' Isis Mobile Payment Venture An Opportunity Or A Threat to Banks? November 18, 2010Banks are wary of the mobile payment joint venture formally announced this week by Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T, but at least one expert says they shouldn't be.