PaymentOne in pact with Telefonica Germany for direct mobile payments


PaymentOne Corporation, a provider of frictionless
payment and carrier billing solutions, announced a direct carrier billing
relationship with
Telefonica Germany.


The mpass system — driven by Telefonica Germany, Telekom
and Vodafone — enables merchants to accept direct carrier billed payments for
virtual, digital and physical goods.
Telefonica Germany is part of Telefónica
SA, a provider of broadband and mobile services and the second largest carrier
group in the world.


PaymentOne’s agreement with Telefonica Germany further
expands our direct international footprint and provides the broadest global
reach and best payout rates to our merchants,” said Brad Singer, executive vice
president of PaymentOne.


PaymentOne’s merchant customers can offer TelefonicaGermany subscribers the option to charge services up to 30 euros directly to
their mobile phone carrier bill. The partnership enables one-time transactions,
recurring subscriptions, in-app billing and Web billing.


PaymentOne is an established market leader
in carrier billing with the financial stability and the broad product spectrum
we look for in a payment partner,” said Robert Erdmann, manager direct-to-bill
and enabling services,
Telefonica Germany.


PaymentOne’s financial grade carrier-billing services are
available to merchants worldwide, connecting over 3 billion consumers with
merchants in over 70 countries.


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