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txtNation rolls out Payforit 4 billing solution

txtNation rolls out Payforit 4 billing solution
Daniel Gumble


Development / HTML 5 / January 25th 2013 at 12:02PM

Online and mobile web operator billing solution now available across the UK.

txtNation has announced that the latest version of its online and mobile-web operator billing solution – Payforit 4 -  is now available for all clients operating in the UK market across its platform.

Created and supported by all of the UK mobile network operators (MNOs), the Payforitmobile micro-payment scheme is now on its fourth version, which boasts a raft of new features. These include the ability to bill a consumer’s phone bill via a ‘one click’ action, as well as full HTML5 support.

Ashley Cross, COO, txtNation, commented, "We have had a large amount of interest for Payforit 4 over the last few months, so much so that we have committed ourselves further to making our platform the best it can be to accommodate Payforit's technology. We are committed to pushing the envelope on client side interface interactions and adding enhanced accounting features into our platform."

Future offerings include the option to incorporate Payforit into the growing mobile-app landscape.

Michael Whelan, txtNation director, said: "Payforit Version 4 creates massive value for all UK mobile customers, as they know it's secure and quick to bill. The Payforit experience will accelerate mobile billing transactions for mobile and web merchants by the increase in consumer confidence. The update to version 4 has been seamless, so all current mobile and web merchants will simply have seen the upgrade in real time."

txtNation has stated its belief that Payforit is now the optimum solution in the UK for web and mobile web billing. The firm’s most recent client to migrate to Payforit 4 - UniformDating – is now using Payforit for its UK mobile memberships, having only been able to offer credit card payment options in the past.

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