mopay integrates automatic landline billing as a fall-back to an empty prepaid card

Monday 9 December 2013 09:40 CET | News

Global provider of mobile payment services mopay has rolled out a billing fall-back option designed for consumers who have forgotten to top-up their prepaid card credit.

By integrating this feature, merchants can enhance the conversion rate by allowing the user to switch the payment method within the same transaction session. The solution is automatically integrated within the mopay API.

With mopay landline fall-back, mopay has developed an option to give the user a second path: when the transaction is being cancelled for any reason, the user is informed with a pop-up window and can decide to switch to landline billing. The requested amount of money will then be billed to the consumer’s landline account.

mopay provides direct carrier, landline and broadband billing options for online merchants in more than 80 countries through its payments platform.

In recent news, mopay has inked an agreement with maxdome, a Germany-based video online store, to provide the latter with direct carrier billing service.

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Keywords: MoPay, landline billing, prepaid card, mobile payment, API, fall-back, landline account
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Countries: World
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