Telecom Lead America: payvia, a provider of mobile
and online payments, has entered into direct carrier billing agreements with
Sprint and T-Mobile USA.
In addition to the agreements, the company has launched
its next generation mobile payments platform. The company said that payvia
merchants can now accept mobile payments powered by payvia carrier billing.
As we round out our remaining carrier
partnerships, we are proud to announce our latest direct billing agreements
with Sprint and T-Mobile USA,” said Darcy Wedd, President of payvia.
The new mobile payments solution delivers a suitable
payment option that complements merchant checkouts to reduce abandoned
transactions, increase conversions and deliver more paying customers.
payvia works with merchants and developers to integrate a
customized smart checkout experience. The company enables consumers to use
their mobile phone to purchase digital goods and services online or from their
mobile device, adding purchases directly to their carrier bill. With its patented mobile payments and authentication
systems, payvia delivers a secure and convenient payment option that helps
merchants attract more paying customers.
payvia is part of m-Qube, which is a carrier billing
transaction network, with a heritage that has seen nearly $2 billion paid out
to merchants and developers.
The company claims that its carrier billing technology
optimizes online, on-device and in-app purchases for digital goods and online