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DIMOCO rolls out direct carrier billing service in Italy

Thursday 17 April 2014 10:32 CET | News

European mobile operator payment provider DIMOCO has rolled out a new service for billing digital content via direct carrier billing in Italy. From now on, business customers can host and brand their payment page in their individual corporate design. Digital content is set to be billed via one-click-payment.

Founded in 2000, DIMOCO is a European mobile payment and messaging provider. The company enables business customers to bill digital content via mobile operator payment and to reach their target group via text messaging. The company’s mobile payment infrastructure covers 1 billion mobile subscribers in 32 countries, whereas mobile messages can be sent worldwide.

In recent news, DIMOCO has entered an agreement with Slovenian network operator Si.mobil to launch a direct carrier billing service for the latter’s customers.


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Keywords: DIMOCO, direct, carrier, billing, Italy, payment, mobile, digital, content
Categories: Payments & Commerce | Mobile Payments
Countries: World
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Payments & Commerce


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