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Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Chase Mobile to Launch in 2007

If you've had the chance to read my post titled "Mobile Banking Deployments at the Top-10 U.S. Banks" you know that I'm keeping a close eye on the solutions launched by the countries largest banks. So, it should come as no surprise that I get a little excited when I hear news about Chase (the only bank in the top 5 that's still uncommitted).

Here's the scoop -

This quote was taken verbatim from a recent email distributed by JP Morgan Chase.
"You are receiving this message because you previously accepted our Online Services Agreement and Paperless Statements e-Sign Disclosure. As a result of recent updates to our paperless enrollment process and the upcoming addition of our new Chase Mobile service, we have updated the terms and conditions for both services. We revised the section on Alerts to include terms for the Chase Mobile service we're launching this year (stay tuned - we'll be back in touch when it's available). These revisions let you know that: Chase won't charge any fees for Chase Mobile, but that you are responsible for standard text messaging or other fees from your phone company; we won't send marketing messages through the Chase Mobile service; and Chase Mobile is only available to customers who have a consumer deposit or credit card account with us."

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