The US telco-backed Softcard consortium has received a welcome boost with news that the giant fast food chain Subway is to deploy its Card Rewards Program as part of a national roll-out of the SmartTap payment app.
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Mobile money joint venture Isis has changed its name to Softcard in an effort to distance itself from the militant jihadist group operating in Iraq and Syria.
Mobile money joint venture Isis is changing its name in a bid to shed any associations with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria jihadist group.
Six months after launch, American telco-backed mobile payments venture Isis is picking up steam, claiming 20,000 new wallet activations a day over the last month.
Isis®, the mobile commerce joint venture created by AT&T Mobility, T-Mobile USA, Inc. and Verizon Wireless, today announced an exclusive offer for American Express Card Members: now through June 1, 2014, American Express Card Members who tap to pay with a registered Card for a ride in a qualifying NYC Yellow Medallion Taxicab can get 50% back in statement credits.
Telco-backed mobile payments venture Isis is tempting Wells Fargo customers with a 20% discount on all purchases and a $20 statement credit the first time they tap-to-pay with the Isis Mobile Wallet.
DeviceFidelity is to provide NFC cases designed to slip over Apple iPhones for use in the telco-backed Isis mobile wallet scheme.
Wells Fargo is to allow customers to load their credit cards on to the telco-backed Isis mobile wallet in the first phase of a pilot test of the technology, which enables consumers to use their handsets to pay, redeem coupons and present loyalty credentials at the point-of-sale.
Isis, the mobile commerce joint venture created by AT&T Mobility, T-Mobile USA Inc. and Verizon Wireless, today announced the launch of the Isis Alliance Program.
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