Verizon will reportedly offer a personal finance app to help you with your bills

Verizon will reportedly offer a personal finance app to help you with your bills
A report published today cites a source with inside knowledge as saying that Verizon will soon be offering a personal finance app called Prism. With the app, you list all of the bills and the names of the companies that you are paying monthly. Once that is accomplished, the app will remind you when a monthly bill is due, tell you whenever a new bill arrives, and track your balance at the bank. It also will pay your bills automatically.

The app helps you see where you money is going each month, and gives you an idea of how much cash you have to make purchases each month. The interesting thing is that there already is a similar app also called Prism, that is available on multiple platforms including the App Store and Google Play Store. This app has basically the same features as Verizon's rumored app will reportedly have.

All this leads us to conclude that Verizon could be purchasing Prism's parent company Mobilligy, and might decide to integrate Prism with the My Verizon app. If you want to join the site as a trial member through an open beta, all you need to do is to click on the sourcelink below. Verizon will supposedly call you to get feedback about your usage of the app.

By the way, we sense your concern about revealing your personal information for a finance app. According to the information published along with the trial application (which carries a Verizon copyright), information you give out related to Prism is encrypted for security, sits behind a firewall, and is not stored on your device.



1. g2a5b0e unregistered

Makes sense. When you're the most expensive carrier, you have to teach people how to pay your bill on time.

2. theot14430 unregistered

Be careful, Verizon might find a way to steal your money.

5. emvxl

Posts: 143; Member since: Sep 29, 2009

Verizon: We care about your money because we want more of it for us.

3. sun0066

Posts: 289; Member since: Feb 12, 2011

Omg how nice and worried Verizon is about customer finances ,hope do not sell the information that may collect .hope the people be smart enough and do not give such information to greedy third party company ( read Verizon )

6. lmao2016

Posts: 87; Member since: Mar 17, 2016

No thank you....

7. grk007

Posts: 21; Member since: Mar 15, 2013

Verizon firing its employees in india without any prior notice.

8. noerdlinger

Posts: 19; Member since: Jul 20, 2014

Verizon firing it's employees stateside without prior notice. Check out the board over at TheLayoff dot com. VZ has been doing that ish every other quarter for the last 3 years. It's why I bounced last month...before they bounced me.

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