Danal, a provider of mobile commerce has announced that it is now processing mobile operator billing for Microsoft’s Windows Phone Store.
The service is powered by Danal’s BilltoMobile payment platform, and will allow consumers to make one-click purchases in the Windows Phone Store and charge those purchases to their monthly mobile phone bill.
The launch of this offering grants the Windows Phone Store immediate access to Danal’s global payment network that processes billions of transactions internationally.
“Danal’s bespoke solution for Windows Phone provides the app store with our intuitive Carrier Billing payment option,” said Jim Greenwell, President and CEO of Danal Inc. “We’re extremely excited to bring that platform to the growing user base in the Windows Phone Store.”
“Working with Danal to implement another secure payment solution for Windows Phone will enable even more customers to enjoy our expansive catalogue of apps and games through one convenient billing system,” said Todd Brix, general manager, Windows Store & Apps, Microsoft Corp. “Mobile Operator billing connections also benefit app developers by significantly increasing total app revenue in markets where operator billing is available.”
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