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T-Mobile's 'Mobile Money' has Allpoint ATM access
HOUSTON (5/2/14)--Mobile Money by T-Mobile, which includes a T-Mobile Visa prepaid card, now offers access to the Allpoint Network, a nationwide surcharge-free ATM network of 43,000 ATMs.

Allpoint is an affiliate of Cardtronics, Inc.

Mobile Money is the combination of a money-management app, a T-Mobile Visa prepaid card and Allpoint's surcharge-free nationwide ATM network--with a smartphone bringing together many of the features of a checking account for consumers.

"When T-Mobile began developing the Mobile Money program, a key goal was to use the smartphone to help consumers both manage their money and keep more of it in their pocket," said Taylor Collyer, T-Mobile senior director of marketing. "The Allpoint Network helps us accomplish that mission with 43,000 surcharge-free ATMs found in many of America's most popular retailers, made even more convenient by a free, easy-to-use Allpoint ATM locator within the Mobile Money app."

Eligible cardholders looking for the nearest surcharge-free Allpoint ATM can use the Allpoint Network ATM locator, which is available online and as a free app for their smartphones.


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