Chase cardholders nationwide can soon expect to tap and pay with their mobile devices as Chase has announced its going coast-to-coast with its support for the Isis Mobile Wallet.
Chase Freedom, Sapphire and Slate, as well as JPMorgan Palladium cardholders, will now be able to load their card info into Isis.
“Based on the positive results in Austin and Salt Lake, we are pleased to expand our relationship with Isis,” Richard Quigley, president of Chase Card Services, said in the release.
Isis is a mobile commerce joint venture from AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile. The technology leverages NFC in Android phones currently and there are plans to open up Isis on the iPhone as well as Windows Phone and BlackBerry 10 before the end of the year.
The iPhone doesn’t currently support NFC, which either means that the next iPhone—reportedly due to be announced Sept. 10—will feature NFC or that an NFC-enabled case will be required to use Isis with the iPhone.
Following tests in Austin, Texas and Salt Lake City, Isis in July announced it would be rolling out nationwide later this year.