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Austin/ SLC Note II Owners - ISIS RequestGeneral

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  1. BRM10984

    BRM10984 Well-Known Member

    I dug around a bit before choosing this spot for posting. I was looking for regional forums but wasn't able to locate any, so this seemed to be the best option.

    I'm trying to get my hands on an NFC SIM for tMobile to get ISIS working on my Note II. Contrary to popular opinion, I'm more interested in ISIS than Google Wallet at this point, based mostly on the primary credit card I use. I'm also uninterested in performing the level of hackery that people are finding necessary to get Google Wallet to even boot up on the Note II, much less successfully make a payment.

    Would someone in Austin or Salt Lake City be interested in snagging an NFC SIM from a tMobile store for me? I'll compensate for effort and postage (my understanding is the SIM is free-of-charge at tMobile stores in the ISIS launch markets).

    I wasn't going to ask, but the person manning the official ISIS Twitter account openly encouraged someone to stop by a store in one of the two cities if they're on vacation and pick up a card, so I don't feel bad asking a local to grab one and mail it out of the area.

    Anyone up for the task? The new NFC-enabled snack machine at the office is calling my name. :eek:


  2. nizmoz

    nizmoz Well-Known Member

  3. BRM10984

    BRM10984 Well-Known Member

    Yeah, it's Austin. The writer of that article just didn't have enough change left to buy a clue, I guess.

    I expect that a TMo account holder will have better luck getting one than a non-account holder will- but that's just a guess. I suppose it depends on the mood of the people in the particular store.

    Welcome to Isis
  4. Evil.Bonsai

    Evil.Bonsai Well-Known Member

    Well that sucks: Note 2 supported for ISIS on all carriers EXCEPT ATT. Was thinking of getting a Note 2 to replace my screen-shattered Note LTE, but ATT's Note 2 not supported.
  5. BRM10984

    BRM10984 Well-Known Member

    I would imagine it will be supported by AT&T sooner than later... or I'd be surprised if it isn't.

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