Huawei and TPAY MOBILE to drive app monetisation for developers in the MEA region

Tuesday 8 September 2020 11:30 CET | News

Huawei has partnered with TPAY MOBILE to support developers in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region to monetise their apps on HUAWEI Mobile Services (HMS). 

According to the press release, the first phase of the agreement will offer DCB services in 10 countries across MEA region, including all mobile subscribers. Huawei and TPAY MOBILE have been working closely as part of their ongoing commitment to support developers in the MEA region. Therefore, this partnership will allow local and global developers to monetise their apps and services through HMS’ In-App-Purchases (IAP) kit across the region. 

Moreover, TPAY MOBILE’s Direct Carrier Billing (DCB) service offers all Huawei’s HMS customers in the MEA region the ability to pay for their apps and services through their mobile phone number. This will make it more accessible for Huawei and HONOR device users to pay for online services and apps on HMS.

As a result, developers will get 100% DCB coverage in the MEA region including Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman, and Qatar. TPAY MOBILE is an alternative payments enabler in the MEA region and brings a wide range of capabilities to Huawei’s HMS platform.

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Keywords: Huawei, TPAY MOBILE, Middle East, Africa, MEA, monetise, Huawei mobile services, direct carrier billing, subscriptions, mobile payments, alternative payments
Categories: Payments & Commerce
Countries: Africa, Middle East
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