SAN FRANCISCO--()--Chase announced today that the Chase Mobile® app, featuring Chase QuickDepositSM and Chase QuickPaySM , is now available for Windows® Phone. The app is fully featured, which allows customers to track their Chase account activity, deposit checks, and pay bills and credit cards virtually whenever and wherever they want.
“Chase customers are really going to benefit from the ease-of-use and convenience of the Windows Phone platform, especially on the Nokia Lumia smartphone family, including the Nokia Lumia 900.”
The app will take full advantage of Windows Phone’s unique design platform and can be downloaded today for free from the Windows Phone Marketplace. With the addition of the Chase Mobile app for Windows Phone, Chase mobile banking is now available to Chase customers using all major mobile platforms, including iPad®, iPhone®, iPod Touch®, AndroidTM, BlackBerry® and Kindle Fire.
“The Windows Phone user experience is unique,” said Jack Stephenson, Chase’s managing director of Mobile, eCommerce & Payments. “As a result, our user experience team created a design that will give our customers the best experience possible, using Chase Mobile to manage their accounts quickly and easily. With award-winning features like Chase QuickDeposit and Chase QuickPay, Chase Mobile for Windows Phone gives customers an optimal mobile banking experience virtually anytime, anywhere.”
“Windows Phone is backed by a rich developer ecosystem that continues to create quality apps like Chase Mobile that have been designed to take advantage of the phone’s unique features,” said Todd Brix, senior director, Windows Phone Marketplace, Microsoft Corp. “With a variety of features that allow customers to quickly manage their accounts on-the-go, Chase Mobile is a great example of the rich applications Windows Phone customers will find in the Marketplace to get the most out of their phones,” he continued.
With Chase Mobile for Windows Phone, customers can manage their accounts on-the-go and perform transactions such as:
- Make a check deposit with Chase QuickDeposit
- See account transactions and history on eligible accounts
- Send and request money with Chase QuickPay
- Pay bills and credit cards
- Transfer funds between eligible Chase accounts
- Locate the nearest Chase branch or ATM quickly and easily
- Talk to Chase service representatives
- Send wire transfers to or from non-Chase accounts in the United States (Limitations apply)
- View alerts history
Chase LiquidSM cardholders will also be able to use Chase Mobile for Windows Phone to view balances, transaction activity and make deposits with Chase QuickDeposit to reload their cards.
“Chase is a leading brand in the consumer finance and business sector and an innovator in mobile banking; we can now bring their great mobile experience to Windows Phone customers as a result of the partnership between Chase, Nokia and Microsoft,” said Mark Fletcher Director, Global Partnering & Application Development, Nokia. “Chase customers are really going to benefit from the ease-of-use and convenience of the Windows Phone platform, especially on the Nokia Lumia smartphone family, including the Nokia Lumia 900.”
With over ten million active mobile users, Chase is a leader in mobile banking. Chase Mobile has won multiple awards, including earning the top rankings in Forrester’s Mobile Banking Functionality Rankings and Keynote’s Mobile Banker Scorecard in 2012. Chase mobile banking complements the many ways customers can bank with Chase: through online banking, telephone banking, nearly 5,500 bank branches and more than 17,500 ATMs.
Chase charges no fees to use mobile banking, but standard text message and data rates may apply from a customer’s wireless provider. Established user IDs and passwords are necessary to access account information and images do not reside on the mobile device, which helps protect personal information in case of theft. Chase’s encryption technology helps safeguard all mobile transactions and helps protect customer information as it travels the Internet to and from a mobile device.
Chase is the U.S. consumer and commercial banking business of JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM), a leading global financial services firm with assets of $2.3 trillion and operations in more than 60 countries. Chase serves more than 50 million consumers and 4 million small businesses through more than 5,500 bank branches, 17,500 ATMs, credit cards, mortgage offices, and online and mobile banking as well as through relationships with auto dealerships. More information about Chase is available at www.chase.com.
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