Chase goes all in on Isis, announces plans for nationwide rollout

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Chase goes all in on Isis, announces plans for nationwide rollout

We'd hardly call Isis a juggernaut, but the would-be Google Wallet-slayer is certainly building steam. After convincing American Express to back it in a nationwide rollout, Chase has decided to hop on the expansion train as well. The mobile payment launch partner is clearly quite happy with how pilot programs in Austin, Texas and Salt Lake City, Utah went. Soon enough holders of Chase Freedom, Sapphire and Slate cards, along with those special people in possession of a JPMorgan Palladium card will be able to load their accounts into the Isis Mobile Wallet app and tap to pay at retail locations across the nation. Of course, if you're part of the one percent, walking around with your Palladium card, chances are you probably don't wander into to Walgreens to pick up your own Gold Bond Medicated Foot Powder very often anyway.

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Chase Announces Plans to Support Isis Mobile Wallet™ Nationwide

NEW YORK, August 12, 2013 – Chase today issued the following statement announcing that it plans to support the national rollout of the Isis Mobile WalletTM later this year, by offering its credit cards in the Wallet. Following successful pilots in Austin, Texas and Salt Lake City, Utah, this agreement will enable Chase cardholders around the country to make mobile payments.
"Chase is committed to providing cardholders with a first-rate mobile payments experience," said Richard Quigley, president, Chase Card Services. "Based on the positive results in Austin and Salt Lake, we are pleased to expand our relationship with Isis and provide Chase cardholders nationwide with another quick, convenient and secure way to use their credit cards for everyday spending while on-the-go."
Chase plans to allow Chase Freedom®, Chase Sapphire®, Chase Slate® and JPMorgan Palladium® cardholders to be able to load their cards into the Isis Mobile Wallet and tap to pay at thousands of retail locations.

For more information about Chase's consumer card portfolio and Isis, please visit Chase Card Services and

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