Payment service provider (PSP) WorldPay has selected Boku as its global mobile payments partner, integrating Boku’s payments platform into its payment network. WorldPay’s merchants can now enable their customers to make a purchase and pay directly via their mobile operator bill. This partnership helps to establish mobile payments as a mainstream payment vehicle, allowing merchants to acquire new customers and provides consumers with a simple and seamless checkout experience.
“WorldPay is a leading payment service provider with an outstanding network of merchants,” said James Patmore, senior vice president (SVP) and managing director, Boku. “Our technology helps do the hard work for our merchants, things such as foreign exchange, granular price points, multiple currencies and languages, and more. We believe Boku offers WorldPay merchants a powerful tool for the acquisition of new customers and an opportunity to enhance their purchase experience, leveraging the convenience of Boku for all types of digital goods and services.”
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