TIO Networks, a North American multi-channel bill payment processor, has launched a mobile bill payment platform. This new addition to TIO’s list of payment channels enables participating billers to empower their customers to manage and pay bills anytime and from anywhere using their mobile smartphone.
TIO’s mobile payment platform will soon enable consumers to make expedited wireless, utility, cable and other payments on their iPhone OS or Android powered smartphones. TIO’s mobile platform empowers customers with real time access to their account through an intuitive and rich user interface. Customers will be able to manage and pay their bills anytime from the convenience of their smartphone. Payments can be made using a credit/debit card or other electronic means.
Hamed Shahbazi, chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of TIO, said: “With the emergence of the smartphone, we believe that there will be a material shift in how people will manage their finances and lives. This new platform allows us to fully serve this market.”
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