boxPAY launches Smart TV direct carrier billing service

Friday 1 June 2012 14:35 CET | News

Ireland-based mobile technology firm boxPAY has launched a new Smart TV in-app payment service that allows consumers to purchase Smart TV apps, make in-app payments and charge them to their mobile phone accounts.

Customers using the boxPAYs Smart TV billing can pay for apps with their mobile devices, while boxPAY uses carrier billing to verify the transaction and add the cost of the Smart TV app to customers’ mobile phone bills or prepaid balances, with no registration or credit card numbers needed.

boxPAY is an SMS and direct carrier billing service which allows e-businesses to charge customers for digital content through their mobile phone bill instead of a credit card. It provides in-app, one-touch billing on Android platforms, as well as subscription billing services. boxPAY is connected to mobile carriers in over 60 countries and has offices on four continents.

In recent news, boxPAY has opened an office in California to manage US and Canadian-based web merchants who use boxPAY‘s services and to provide billing services in the US and Canada.

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Keywords: boxPAY, Smart TV, direct carrier billing
Categories: Payments & Commerce | Mobile Payments
Countries: World
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Payments & Commerce