It can clearly be seen that Google Wallet is unable to make its way to the Galaxy Nexus, and even according to a theory, came yesterday, this was only because the Verizon was going to support ISIS which is the NFC payment system which is backed by many major carriers. Verizon has spoken on this particular issue and a response via Google has also been received now it depends on us that with whom we really are.
Jeffrey Nelson, a spokesman at Verizon, had stated in his email to Bloomberg that in order to have the best security and user experience Verizon is really working hard and after meeting these goals, Google Wallet would also be allowed. Verizon has clearly mentioned that it is not going to block the Google Wallet, the thing it basically needs is proper integration of its hardware. Another thing that has been claimed by Verizon is that it does not block software, but the person who has tried to tether on the carrier knows that isn`t true.
Google Wallet Completely Secure, Claims Google
Nate Tyler who is a Google spokesman has responded to the claims that were made by Verizon by saying Google Wallet is a secure platform and has described that it was only designed by keeping the priority of security in mind. Along with that he/she said that the general theory is either Verizon is trying to keep the competition out from ISIS, which is not going to be launched next year, or maybe the inclusion of Google wallet is a part of negotiations over data sharing and contract terms in between the two companies.
Sprint is the only U.S carrier that has not backed ISIS and has allowed the Google Wallet and no doubt that it is one of the carriers that are having only an NFC-enabled Android Phone.
It seems quite difficult to say anything about the fact but we can analyze that the argument is weakest among all and we have more trust on Google than Verizon.
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