This is a great deal. You can make quick $200. Thanks for the post. Will give it a shot with my chase and Galaxy S3
How can you use your Chase? Don't you have to use AMEX Serve to get the 20% back? You can add funds to the Serve card but essentially you have to "charge" your Chase card whatever amount you want to put on the Serve card right? I didn't think you could just straight up use your Chase card and get the 20%.
Does getting a new SIM card change your plan at all? I'm still grandfathered into the unlimited data plan and they are looking for any reason to get me out of it. Last time I got a new SIM card I had to sign a crazy long receipt for $0.00
Credit card processors and Mobile carriers were very slow to implement this, until Google came out with KitKat. Now with the looming threat of anyone implementing solutions for NFC, these companies see the need to quickly bring ISIS out of Beta.
Thanks Google. winner Consumer.
Some links for this discussion
Android KitKat is bad news for telcos’ NFC ambitions
I just went on the site to look at the stores that accept ISIS in SF bay area.
No safeway, no Lucky's, no Target, no Home Depot, absolutely no apparel stores accept this. In fact, I find it hard to spend anywhere close to $1000 in two months given the limited store options. To use it any other way would be be a major hassle. I can stop my reoccurring TMo bill payment, and go in to the store for the next two months to pay my bill ($200), and at Chevron stations ($400 in 2 months of driving), I can't pay at the pump, and have to flop down my CC at the counter to get gas, come back and tell them to use my phone instead.
But I just DL'd it anyways, and going in to TMo store to get my Simcard.
No Nexus SIGH
you've had Google Wallet, a competitor.
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One of the reviews says a Tmobile enhanced sim costs $20. Anyone confirm?
Also, does this require a data plan? I have a smartphone but no data (just wifi).
I'll let you know about the sim cost later today, as I'm going to TMo to pick one up. If they don't want this to fail, they need to swap this for free, no way I'm paying anything over $1 to use this. My guess is, it's likely free if you're on a post-paid plan.
Yes, this requires data access. Wifi will work only if the store you're in has free wifi for you which allows you to connect to the servers and make the payment. Otherwise, it'll be very difficult to use this without data plan
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