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Discussion in 'Verizon' started by AntimonyER, Nov 26, 2013.

  1. AntimonyER

    AntimonyER CHANGED FROM AF ADDICT MIKESTONY
    Thread Starter

    So I know it's a disappointment that Verizon insists on blocking Google Wallet tap and pay. But for those of us who really want the capability on our Verizon phone, here's a quick update on the details of Isis.

    First you need a compatible phone. Here is the list:

    Samsung Galaxy S4 mini
    Samsung Galaxy S3 mini
    Samsung Galaxy S4
    Samsung Galaxy Note 2
    Casio Gz'One Commando 4G LTE
    Hydro Elite by Kyocera
    LG G2
    Pantech Perception
    DROID Ultra
    DROID MAXX
    DROID Mini
    DROID RAZR M
    HTC One? (see below)
    HTC One Max
    HTC DROID DNA

    Once you have that, you will need to take a trip to your local Verizon store to get an enhanced Sim card with a secure element. You will also need the CSR to add the Isis feature to your account (it's free). While you are waiting in the store, go ahead and download the app from Google Play.

    Currently, only American Express and Chase cards work with Isis. You will be able to set up an American Express Serve card (just as you do a Google Wallet prepaid card) if you don't have one of those, which you can then transfer money to.

    Currently you can get the following offers when you sign up :

    $25 Off Jambox at AT&T
    3 free Cokes at Tap and Pay equipped vending machines
    15 off 30 at Toys R Us
    $10 off your purchase at Verizon Wireless
    Free Smoothie at Jamba Juice

    That's about it. :)
     


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  2. jhawkkw

    jhawkkw Chinchillin'

    4.4 solves the problem. So carriers won't be blocking it for much longer.
     
  3. Cares

    Cares Android Enthusiast

    I don't get why the One Max has Isis support and the One doesn't.
     
  4. AntimonyER

    AntimonyER CHANGED FROM AF ADDICT MIKESTONY
    Thread Starter

    Their site doesn't show as supporting it, but it seems the latest software update added support. So I will go ahead and add it to the list.

    Edit: that being said, it seems people with the One who took the update still cannot install Isis. So I put a question mark next to the phone.
     
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