The carrier-blessed mobile payment system ISIS has started rolling out for Android handsets recently, with the promise of eventual Windows Phone support.
Now ISIS’s twitter support has indicated this may be more real than theoretical, with the account saying “We’re busily working on it” when asked of we could look forward to the software appearing on Windows Phone.
The service at present works with pre-paid American Express cards, and is also able to replace American Express, Chase Freedom, Chase Sapphire, Slate from Chase and JP Morgan Palladium credit cards at compatible retail Point of Sale locations. It is supported by AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile and requires a special secure SIM card to be activate, which carriers will provide free of charge.
Unlike Google’s Google Wallet solution ISIS is platform agnostic, which is obviously good news for Windows Phone users.
See a video demonstrating the service after the break.