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  • It is no secret that in the future mobile payments will be one of the largest technologies as usual mobile phones. Imagine being able to pay for your groceries without having to break out your wallet, making the entire payment processor from your unlock cell phone such as unlocked iPhone 4. The company Isys has now teamed up with popular credit card companies such as American Express, Discover, MasterCard, and visa in order to bring mobile payment technology to the masses. Overall, the technology is Artie being tested in popular cities such as Salt Lake City and Austin.


    The announcement came on Tuesday that the mobile market will be looking to move closer to mobile payments, a technology that many companies have been supporting but, they have not been able to keep up with recently. Google recently debuted their upcoming Google wallet technology, which will utilize users to make mobile payments through a number of different means. So far, a number of other companies have Artie join the fray and have teamed up with the company Isys in order to bring mobile payments to the masses.


    So far Sprint has not joined the group, but could be jumping on board with everything soon if everything goes as planned. The company has been looking to get as many large credit card payment companies as well as carriers into the fray as possible. It will be interesting to see if any more companies jump on board in the coming days and weeks, and which ones are going to be able to bring mobile payment technology to unlocked cell phone users such as unlocked Sony Ericsson XPERIA PLAY 3G, in a quick and timely fashion.


    it is no secret that mobile payments are exactly where the industry is heading in the future, but there was a lot that needs to happen before it can become the norm. A majority of users are still not using smart phones, although that percentage is going up on a weekly basis over time. In the future you can expect most users to utilize smart devices, which will soon be moving to the mobile payment technology in the future.




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