Irish mobile operator, Vodafone Ireland, has appointed SLA Digital as their managed service provider for Direct Carrier Billing for their 1.96 million subscribers.
SLA Digital has a previously long-standing relationship with Vodafone Ireland, providing the mobile operator with the platform to enable carrier billing. Vodafone Ireland’s customers are already able to make payments for digital content including app stores, streaming services and games by charging purchases to their mobile account.
The new partnership agreement means that Vodafone Ireland will be able to delegate new services to SLA Digital for onboarding, integration and business support. SLA Digital, in turn, will provide digital content providers with seamless access to carrier billing.
“We are delighted to extend our relationship with Vodafone Ireland and become their managed service partner for carrier billing. By working with new digital content providers, we see this as a real opportunity to extend the offering of a secure and convenient mobile payment option to Vodafone’s customers,” said Kevin Drayne, CEO at SLA Digital.
SLA Digital provides carrier billing to app stores including Google Play and Samsung as well as digital content providers including Gameloft, Playwing, Spuul, MBC and Vuclip. To work with us, please contact email@example.com
If you are heading to the Carrier Billing Summit today remember to keep an eye out for our General Manager Joanna Cox who will be Chairing some of the proceedings today.
You can find Joanna speaking across the afternoon at the sessions featured below:
Joanna Cox – General Manager of aimm
After the Fonix breakfast event this month on OTT payments and Carrier Billing, Telemedia caught up with the speakers after the event to get their thoughts. Speakers included General Manager of aimm Joanna Cox, as well as EE and Grabyo.
You can see the full interview from Telemedia Online here: https://www.telemediaonline.co.uk/carrier-billing-the-way-to-pay-for-ott/
SLA Digital has partnered with Spuul, one of the most popular Indian movie streaming platforms, to increase their direct carrier billing connections, enabling more customers to pay by mobile.
With more than 47 million registered users across the world, Spuul is a video on demand streaming service with more than 10,000 hours of Bollywood movies and TV shows in multiple languages for customers to enjoy ad-free.
“Video on demand services have seen a huge uptake in recent years. Through our partnership with Spuul, we are excited to help them grow via our carrier billing connections across the Middle East and Asia,” commented Ashley O’Kane, Head of Marketing at SLA Digital.
Carrier billing allows customers to use their mobile device and add purchases and subscriptions to their post-paid bill or use their prepaid credit, giving a truly seamless and convenient customer experience.
Commenting on the partnership, Rajiv Vaidya, Spuul India, CEO said, “We have partnered successfully with SLA Digital to enable us to access more customers through carrier billing across the Middle East. We expect to continue expanding our coverage into other regions, offering Spuul customers easier ways to subscribe.”
UK focused new business development role to position Dynamic Mobile Billings’s billing products and services.
Portfolio includes Direct Carrier Billing (PayForIt), SMS & Voice Short Codes, Credit Card, Voice & IVR.
Applicants will ideally have a working knowledge and contacts within identified key sectors for growth. These sectors include – Charities, Broadcast and Media, Society Lotteries, Ticketing, Parking, Hospitality, Gaming and e-commerce.
UK – Flexible (home based). Travel to company offices (Birmingham HQ), client, partner or event locations being expected in order to support your role success.
Dynamic Mobile Billing (DMB) is an established, technology focused payment solutions business with global offices and operations.
Find more details about the role and how to apply HERE. Closing date: 15th March