November 21, 2016

mGage launches Direct Carrier Billing in the Netherlands

mGage, the Mobile Engagement Company, has launched Direct Carrier Billing (DCB) in the Netherlands and is already onboarding its first clients. By introducing a “one-click” flow with the launch, mGage now offers a faster, quicker and simpler mobile payment experience which let users buy with fewer clicks compared to the other flows available in the market.

DCB is one of the fastest growing frictionless payment methods which enables companies to monetize online digital content and services such as videos, games, apps, enter competitions and making donations to charity. It requires no card information from the users because purchases are charged directly to the user’s mobile monthly bill or prepaid credit through a direct connection to the carrier billing system.

mGage’s “one-click” flow means fastest check-out for the users. By simplifying the checkout process, mGage provides fewer screens, less friction (which creates a commitment to users in early stages of the customer journey) and leads to greater conversion rates than other payment methods such as credit cards.

Rogier van den Heuvel, VP Benelux & Nordics says: “We are very happy to partner with all Mobile Operators in the Netherlands and give our customers access to online payments for millions of their subscribers. We have already a lot of experience with Carrier Billing in the UK market, for many years now, and our partnerships with leading digital merchants from all segments of the industry will help us ramp up fast in The Netherlands.”

With more than 15 years experience and over 550 global carrier connections, mGage is the industry’s trusted mobile partner and a specialist for multi-channel messaging and mobile payments. 

The information included herein is distributed for informational use only; it does not constitute legal advice and should not be taken as such.  All clients are responsible for meeting legal requirements and other rules that apply to their messaging programs.  Consultation with legal counsel is strongly recommended.

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