Fortumo Enables In-App Carrier Billing Support For Windows Phones

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4:16 PM EDT March 27th, 2013

Direct carrier billing company Fortumo has announced that it’s extending its mPayments solution to Windows Phone, according to TechCrunch. The move will allow developers to accept carrier billing as payments for in-app purchases.

TechCrunch notes that Fortumo’s competitor, Bango, has agreed to DCB for Windows Phones as far back as April 2012.

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