Mobile Wallet 2.0 For Isis?

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5:42 AM EST February 21st, 2013

Isis is reportedly set to introduce a new design for its mobile wallet, the NFC Times reports. Isis has hired Mutual Mobile, an Austin-based app developer, to design the new version of the wallet. The new wallet aims to be quicker, sleeker and with a cleaner design, and will come with an NFC dongle to be used with the iPhone. Mutual Mobile will be replacing C-SAM on the device software side, but the latter will continue to run the Isis wallet server.

However, neither Isis nor C-SAM have yet to confirm the design and partnership changes.

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