While Sprint was the first wireless carrier out the gate to support Google Wallet, there’s been talk of the carrier working on a mobile payment application of its very own. If seeing truly is believing, then the alleged slides pictured above are a glimpse into the Now Network’s upcoming mobile payment system. Revealed by AndroidCentral and referred to as “Touch Wallet,” this app is said to work similarly to Google Wallet and lean on NFC technology. From the looks of things there will be possible partnerships with companies such as Barnes & Noble, Macy’s, Target, Best Buy, Starbucks and McDonalds. No details were given on which financial institutions are onboard if any at this point. No matter what the case may be, it appears that Sprint and Google’s relationship may soon be experiencing a little turbulence in the not so distant future.