Boku expands direct carrier billing across Europe which is great news for Boku NetEnt Casino users.
Boku are a global provider of carrier billing-based mobile payments. In plain English this means you can pay for things through your mobile phone bill.
Boku have announced four new partnerships to bring direct carrier billing to Google Play across three European markets.
These agreements include O2 and ePlus in Germany, KPN in the Netherlands, and Base in Belgium. In total, they will allow more than 75 million mobile subscribers to make purchases on Google Play using only their phone number.
As opposed to PayPal, where new users must be signed up one by one in order to use PayPal, these carrier agreements mean that 75 million mobile subscribers can now use their mobile device as a payment method as opposed to their credit card.
Also, as a result of the new deals, subscribers can use one-tap mobile payments to purchase games and apps in the Google Play store.
The charges can be completed using only the subscriber’s phone number and appear on the subscriber’s mobile phone bill or are deducted from the subscriber’s prepaid balance, with no additional personal information or credit card required.
What does this mean for NetEnt Casino players?
This means we are one step closer to making depositing via phone bill incredibly easy and efficient. Soon Boku subscribers can use one-tap mobile payments to purchase games, apps and deposits by using their mobile numbers only.
Instead of the current system PayPal uses, Boku subscribers can use their mobile device as a payment method as opposed to their credit card.
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