Trunkbow to Distribute its Mobile Payment Solutions in 90,000 Internet Cafes Across China

 


Trunkbow International, a provider of Mobile Payment Solutions and Mobile Value Added Solutions in China, announced it entered a strategic cooperation agreement with Hangzhou Icafe Technology, a provider of Internet cafe desktop application services in the PRC, to offer mobile payment applications and services for Internet cafe owners and individual users.


 


Trunkbow will integrate its mobile payment solutions into Icafe’s Internet cafe-based entertainment platform available to 50 million paying users visiting 90,000 Internet cafe locations


 


The mobile payment solutions include a desktop application enabling various payment transactions to be made over the Internet, as well as mobile payment-enabled Point of Sale (POS) technology.


 


The Trunkbow platform will serve as the bridge between Icafe’s desktops and mobile networks, enabling secure payment processing and account management via a desktop application, mobile app, or a mobile payment-enabled POS terminal.


 


Users can activate new accounts through the desktop application, giving them a new, convenient way to provide payment for physical or online transactions via a mobile phone or desktop.


 


This agreement with Icafe is a significant step forward for Trunkbow and an important validation of our technology. With a nationwide footprint and over 50 percent of China’s Internet cafe desktops, Icafe is the ideal partner to bring our industry-leading MPS technology into Internet cafes as we continue growing our user base in an effort to bring MPS to the greater population”, said Li Qiang, CEO of Trunkbow.


 


I believe that the integration of their payment platform will bring substantial value and convenience to our 50 million subscribers. I am confident that the addition of MPS on our desktops will help drive continued revenue and market share growth, while further differentiating Icafe from other providers of Internet cafe desktop application services in the PRC”,  said Hua Yong, chairman, Icafe.


 


By TelecomLead.com Team


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