T-Mobile recently started calling themselves the UNcarrier. They also stated "We're still a wireless company. We're just not going to act like one anymore." If they are sincere about this, why did they tweet today that "We’re supporting ISIS, the wireless payment standard for mobile devices," in response to a tweet from a customer who asked why he cannot get Google Wallet for his Samsung Galaxy Note II.
It is laughable that T-Mobile called ISIS "the wireless standard for mobile devices" when the service is only available in Salt Lake City, UT and Austin, TX. I question T-Mobile's sincerity at being an UNcarrier since ISIS is a joint venture between them, Verizon Wireless, and AT&T. It is important that consumers get a choice of what they want to use for mobile wireless payments not what their wireless carrier decided for them. Since phones are no longer subsidized by T-Mobile, why should any legitimate and legal application be blocked from their customer?