Bango has further expanded its mobile payment platform by adding carrier billing in Canada. This brings the total number of subscribers it reaches through carrier billing in North America to over 200 million. Bango additionally provides mobile credit card and PayPal for payments that cannot be charged to the carrier bill.
Bango mobile payment technology is designed to enable the migration of e-commerce services from desktop PCs to the mobile phone and tablets. Developers and publishers using the Bango platform to reach their mobile customers benefit from one-click payment to the carrier phone bill.
Anil Malhotra, senior vice president (SVP) marketing at Bango, said: “This year we are opening up mobile billing in Latin America and key Asian territories, and forecast coverage of one billion paying customers by year end – greater reach than any e-commerce system.”
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