The maker of fitness wearables partners with American Express to allow consumers to make in-store mobile payments with a wave of the wrist.
Jawbone, a fitness tracking wearable device, is among the first wearable devices to allow consumers to make in-store mobile payments.
The company announced that its latest product, the UP4, will be embedded with a Near Field Communication chip allowing customers to make purchases with their wearable device. Consumers will have to have an American Express Co. account to use the service. The UP4 will be available this summer for $199.