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July 20, 2011updated 04 Apr 2017 4:15pm

Sprint to access Amex’s Serve

American Express has signed an agreement with mobile network Sprint to enable Sprint customers easy access to its digital payments platform Serve. The agreement marks the first relationship between Serve and a mobile carrier since its launch in late March.

By Amy North

American Express has signed an agreement with mobile network Sprint to enable Sprint customers easy access to its digital payments platform Serve.

The agreement marks the first relationship between Serve and a mobile carrier since its launch in late March.

“We believe that customers will benefit greatly from taking advantage of Serve’s functionality as a quick, user-friendly way for tackling the often tedious task of paying bills and making mobile payment,” said David Messenger, executive vice president for enterprise growth at American Express.

Serve is a digital payments platform that unifies online, offline and mobile payments into a single account to allow the user to transfer money, pay their Sprint mobile phone bill and make purchases at participating American Express merchants.

Serve will be made available to Sprint customers this summer in the ‘Sprint Zone’ to those using Android-powered smartphones.

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