Chase to allow cardholders to store card information on Isis Mobile Wallet

250px-Chase_logo_2007.svgChase announced on Monday that it plans to support the national introduction of the Isis Mobile Wallet by offering its credit cards through the digital wallet service.

The agreement—the result of successful pilots in Texas and Utah—will allow Chase cardholders the ability to make mobile purchases and pay bills.

“Chase is committed to providing cardholders with a first-rate mobile payments experience,” Chase Card Services President Richard Quigley said. “Based on the positive results in Austin and Salt Lake, we are pleased to expand our relationship with Isis and provide Chase cardholders nationwide with another quick, convenient and secure way to use their credit cards for everyday spending while on-the-go.”

Chase Freedom, Sapphire, Slate and JPMorgan Palladium cardholders will be able to load their cards into the Isis Mobile Wallet, which allows users to organize payment card information, loyalty cards and coupons in one app.

The wallet features a number of security features, including the ability to remotely suspend the wallet and unique four-digit PIN protection. Additionally, payment card credentials are stored on secure chip in the phone, and constantly changing security codes deter card counterfeiting.

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