Mobile and online payments company payvia announced today the launch of its next generation mobile payments platform and latest direct carrier billing agreements with Sprint and T-Mobile USA. Beginning today, payvia merchants can now accept mobile payments powered by payvia carrier billing.
Los Angeles-based payvia is a service that enables consumers to use their mobile phone to purchase digital goods and services online or from their mobile device, adding purchases directly to their carrier bill. payvia works with merchants and developers to integrate a customized smart checkout experience.
“We are excited to unveil our new mobile payments solution delivering a convenient payment option that complements merchant checkouts to reduce abandoned transactions, increase conversions and deliver more paying customers,” said Darcy Wedd, President of payvia, in a statement.
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