Onebip, the global mobile payments service, has announced the launch of IP billing technology in Turkey to enable its partners to further monetize their goods and services via carrier billing.
Through its partnership with TTNET, the largest broadband provider in Turkey, 17 million broadband users can now pay for their purchases through their broadband bill.
Onebip’s strong connections with all of the Turkish carriers and local expertise with a team based in Istanbul enables the company to offer expert market advice and negotiate the best conditions for its partners. Its strategic partnership with TTNET offers competitive payouts of up to 85% to Onebip partners selling online goods and services in all verticals enabling them to charge their users up to 100TL in a single transaction.
Today, IP billing is available for 85% of Turkish broadband users that pay for their one-time purchases using the Onebip service.
“With 7 million Turkish broadband lines active on the Onebip service combined with our local expertise and optimized billing technology, this new IP billing product is a great opportunity for our partners to maximize their revenue in the Turkish market,” said Massimiliano Silenzi, Head of Onebip. “Our aim is to continue to provide our partners with the most advanced billing technology and the best user experience ensuring a seamless payment service on any device, operating system and connection type whether it’s WIFI, 3G or GPRS”
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