Onebip Expands Carrier Billing With Android Subscriptions

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8:07 AM EST January 21st, 2013

Onebip, the global mobile payments service from Neomobile, has announced the launch of its subscription payment service for Android devices. Onebip released its first subscription service in 2005 and has successfully managed subscriptions, also known as recurring payments, for top global online dating and networking sites since 2008. To celebrate the milestone the service provider decided to expands its offering by introducing Onebip Android in-app for subscription payments.

“Subscription payments have proven to be a powerful revenue generator and tool for online merchants interested in building a loyal customer base. We’ve seen online merchants triple their revenues with the introduction of a new subscription service,” said Massimilliano Silenzi, Head of Onebip by Neomobile.

“By introducing new products such as Onebip Android in-app for Subscriptions and Onebip One-click Mobile payments, merchants will be able to further optimise their payment processes and monetise more effectively. Our partners can now distribute their apps for free and let users opt-in to a premium subscription in just one click, and then charge the user on a weekly or monthly basis”

Onebip’s Subscription payments allows online dating, social networking and gaming merchants to continuously monetize their users on a periodic, weekly or monthly basis through carrier billing technology on any platform. Onebip is available in more than 70 countries worldwide and supports all key platforms including PC web, mobile web, HTML and in-app purchases.

Onebip has previously presented other innovative products such as mobile ticketing in Turkey and has myriad of new projects coming up in 2013. To listen to Massimiliano Silenzi, Executive Director at Onebip speak to on the company’s projects for the new year click here.

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