It is totally wrong for Verizon as well as the other carries to block apps from Google Play store! Google Wallet cannot be installed naturally on devices such as the Note 2. If anyone feels the same as I do (I am confident there are many), please vote, bump, or reply to this topic. Thanks!
Agreed. The fact that verizon approved ISIS and not google wallet sets a dangerous precent and opens them up to a class action lawsuit. It's a pitiful move.
You can no longer do any class action suits since the US Supreme Court ruled in Favor of AT&T against those types of actions.
You can sue individually in a State Supreme Court or a Small Claims Court in your local jurisdiction.
Its best to read up on what you can and cannot do to save yourself some heartache.
Their blocking of Wallet is a pure anti-competitive play.
Yeah and? You still didn't answer my question.
This is very frustrating. I was excited about getting the S4 with NFC capabilities and using that with Google Wallet, but just today realized Verizon is forcing people to use ISIS. I already have a google wallet account and that is what I want to use. I don't think I have seen a Verizon app worth using since I was downloading MIDI ringtones in 2003. Just browsing through my app list now it is always entertaining to see the irremovable apps that Verizon thinks I want.
Dear Verizon: If you really think ISIS or any of your other apps are best for your customers then put them on Google Play and find out. What are you worried about?
No use in trying to get a message to VZW from this forum as this is a peer to peer forum. Customers helping customers. I know some just come here to blow off steam. If you want to say something to the people who make marketing decisions you need to go to VZW corporate offices and email or talk with those folks.