BOKU mobile payments reach all of major operators in France

Mobile payments company BOKU has announced that it has launched direct carrier billing with French carriers Bouygues Telecom and SFR, a subsidiary of Vivendi, adding to existing direct billing with Orange France. The partnership offers over an additional 32 million French customers the ability to pay for digital goods and services using only their existing wireless service account, with the charge appearing on their carrier bill. With this agreement, nearly all mobile users in France will benefit from BOKU direct carrier billing. France accounts has grown to more than 50 Million mobile subscribers.

Bouygues Telecom and SFR are launching a new service as Internet + Mobile, enabling consumers to purchase goods online and use BOKU to pay with their mobile phone number. The service allows a fully integrated 2-click purchase process that results in higher payouts and gives online merchants access to a full range of price points of up to 10 Euros.
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