Chase Mobile App

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Since I was a teenager, I’ve been using traditional credit cards like Mastercard, Discover, and American Express very conservatively and so far this practice has kept me out of trouble. I always pay off my balance and never mess with cash advances. However for those who aren’t as disciplined, perhaps prepaid credit cards are the answer. You can pay monthly or pay as you go which prevents you from going on an uncapped shopping spree. Tie this with benefits like cash back, partner offers, and voucher codes, this could be a lifesaver for not as savvy savers. I, on the other hand was looking at another credit card option.

In preparation for my iPhone 5 and because Mark Zuckerberg is focusing on mobile devices, I decided to finally give the Chase mobile app a try. I’ve been paying my bills online for years, but never bothered to take it one step further. The time is now.

After downloading and installing it from the app store, I logged in. A verification code needs to be sent via email or text. After I verified myself, the interface was was clean and easy to navigate. Chase did a great job porting the online functions to its mobile app. Since I was very familiar paying my bill online, I followed the same process in seconds. I had the same options of paying my current balance, last month’s balance, or entering my own amount. Like any respectable personal finance blogger, I paid off last month’s balance. I haven’t tried making a deposit on my mobile device yet. But that will be my next challenge. Until then, goodbye laptop. Hello full blown mobile computing!

For more information, visit Chase Mobile Banking today.

Are you mobile banking? Why or why not?

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6 Responses

  1. Arlee Bird says:

    I’m not mobile anything. I just have an old-fashioned phone for phone calls. I do bank online though. I’m not a total Luddite.

  2. Jon Rhodes says:

    I’m the same, I do online banking, but not mobile. My mobile phone is a little long in the tooth, but it is capable of it I’m sure. I’m just happy banking on my laptop. I will probably change over eventually, but I’m usually a couple of years behind everyone else with things like this!

  3. I use mobile banking Android app on my HTC. Very convenient to make small bank operations there. Like order football (soccer) tickets, pay for Skype, etc.

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