Mobile payment platform SLIDE Safe LLC (SLIDE) has signed a distribution agreement with All Cellular USA. Through this partnership, SLIDE expects to introduce Spindle’s mobile payments solution to All Cellular’s 90 US locations. The SLIDE solution is compatible with both iOS and Android devices
Incorporating Spindle’s mobile commerce platform, SLIDE enables small merchants and consumers to securely conduct transactions through their mobile phones. The technology supports card-acceptance, check acceptance, and mobile commerce services like loyalty and marketing activities. All Cellular USA will offer SLIDE as part of its MetroPCS services.
“Many of our subscribers have expressed an interest leveraging mobile payment technologies, as part of their ongoing business activities,” said Sadiq Ali, president of All Cellular USA. “Through our relationship with SLIDE, our customers can use this payment application as soon as they leave our store. It gives them the ability to conduct a variety of transactions, safely and securely, right through their MetroPCS smartphone.”
“We are pleased that All Cellular USA has elected to integrate the SLIDE mobile payment technology into its MetroPCS services,” said Edward P. Slominski, Managing Member, Anadyne Enterprises LLC. “This relationship expands SLIDE’s presence in a number of markets on the East Coast, as well as Michigan and Southern California. We look forward to a mutually beneficial working relationship with All Cellular USA for the foreseeable future.”
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