Global prepaid telecommunications service, IDT Corporation, and leading provider of financial services technology solutions, Fiserv, Inc., have agreed to increase the availability of IDT’s Boss Revolution international calling services and Fiserv’s CheckFreePay walk-in bill payments.
As part of the partnership, retailers of payment platform Boss Revolution will offer walk-in bill payment services to their customers and CheckFreePay agents will offer PIN-less international calling.
Jonathan E. Nierenberg, Senior Vice President of Global Services Business Development for IDT, says: “We are excited about forging this agreement with Fiserv, which we believe brings significant value to both of our customers. Boss Revolution customers will have access to secure and convenient CheckFreePay walk-in bill payment capabilities, and we expect that the availability of the Boss Revolution service in high-traffic CheckFreePay agent locations will drive long-term growth.”
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