As one of the biggest banking institutions in the United States, JP Morgan Chase carries a lot of weight. This is why it’s exciting to see Chase Mobile coming to Windows Phone and the Nokia Lumia line of phones.
Mobile banking is growing in popularity, especially in the US. TechCrunch reports that more than 46% of Americans will use mobile banking by 2017.
With Chase Mobile for Nokia Lumia, you’re able to monitor your account, perform transactions, find locations and find out how to contact Chase if you need to. In addition, you can view alerts history and manage your Chase credit card.
Let’s dig in and see what Chase Mobile does for you.
Perform transactions, all from your phone
If you need to perform a transaction, such as paying a bill or your credit card, Chase Mobile has you covered. You can also transfer funds between accounts, make check deposits via Chase QuickDeposit, send wire transfers and send/request money with Chase person-to-Person QuickPay, the bank’s innovative personal paying service.
Set your alerts and manage your account
If you need to know when a deposit hits your account, when your money is transferred or if an account balance reaches a specified amount, you can set these alerts in the Chase application. These come in very handy to manage your accounts and keep tabs on your funds.
With additional monitoring capabilities, Chase mobile enables you to see account balances and transaction history and view your credit card rewards status.
Get in touch
Even though mobile banking and even online banking is great, sometimes you just want to talk to a human, especially when it comes to personal finances. Chase Mobile features the ability to find the nearest Chase branch and ATMs. If you need a customer service number, the application can assist you as well.
The Chase Mobile app is now available in the Windows Phone Store.
Important notice: You might see a publishing delay (1-2 days) on Windows Phone Marketplace. Just wait a bit until the Windows Phone Marketplace page updates. Thanks for your patience.
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