LOS ANGELES -- MACH, the world leader in direct operator billing, and mobile payments leader payvia, today announced a partnership to integrate their carrier billing technologies providing customers with seamless worldwide mobile payment platforms. Building on the partnership, MACH will shortly launch its Direct Carrier Billing service in the US, leveraging payvia’s US footprint and relationships with the main mobile operators. This carrier billing service for app, in-app and online purchases, makes it easier than ever for end-users to complete transactions via their mobile phones.
payvia and MACH’s platforms monetize services for developers, app stores, online merchants and other content providers, opening a brand new revenue stream and letting them maximize revenues from online, in-app and app billing.By bringing their direct carrier billing technologies together in a seamless global platform, the partners will extend thisfrictionless payment option that is more secure, fast and convenient than both credit card and premium SMS billing. The ability to buy without a credit card also offers subscribers a more secure channel through which to pay for app and in-app goods, giving them peace of mind that they are not compromising sensitive information while making their purchases.
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