New payment systems are being introduced at such a fast rate, it is now only a matter of time until cash, credit cards and eventually even intelligent devices become an obsolete form of payment. payvia is a leading mobile and online payment company that provides user payments over mobile devices that are simple and secure. read more.
These new customer wins demonstrate how payvia's service is enabling the rise of digital purchases via mobile and tablets. read more.
Direct-carrier-billing technology provider payvia late last week unveiled a trio of new partnerships it said points to "impressive growth." Online careers community Bright, social video provider OnCam and VOIP pioneer Skype now are using payvia's platform enabling their customers to charge their purchases to a mobile phone bill. read more.
payvia Inc.'s newest clients — Skype, OnCam and Bright — demonstrate a growing appetite for charging payments to consumers' phone bills. read more.
MACH, the world leader in direct operator billing, today announced that Skype now supports a new mobile payment option for Skype Credit in Russia, and soon the U.S. and Canada, using its direct operator billing service. With this new payment option, Skype users can now purchase Skype Credit from their mobile devices through a browser-based transaction that is secure, seamless and convenient. read more.
MACH, a Luxembourg-based provider of hub-based mobile communication services, has entered an agreement with US-based mobile and online payments company payvia to integrate their carrier billing technologies providing customers with mobile payment platforms. read more.
February 5th 2013. MACH, the world leader in direct operator billing, and mobile payments leader payvia, have announced a partnership to integrate their carrier billing technologies providing customers with seamless worldwide mobile payment platforms. read more.
Microsoft's (NASDAQ:MSFT) Skype unit launched a new program to support direct carrier billing for Skype mobile VoIP credits in Russia, and the company said it will bring the service to the United States as well. read more.
Skype has launched carrier billing in Russia through technology from Mach and payvia. The company expects the service that allows users of the VoIP service to charge Skype credits directly to their carrier's monthly bill. read more.
Skype credit can now be paid for on your mobile phone bill with a payment partnership launched today by MACH and payvia. The companies are integrating their carrier billing technologies to offer a worldwide mobile payment platform which they say is more secure, fast and convenient than credit card and premium SMS billing. read more.
Skype users in Russia can now buy additional credit for making calls worldwide using their mobile phone, thanks to a direct operator billing service being offered by Mach.read more.
Mobile operators have treated Skype as a threat for years. Now they're going to profit off it by allowing customers to buy Skype Credit directly through their phone bill or pre-paid allowance and taking a cut.read more.
Pioneering m-payments, which could radically challenge the credit card industry. read more.
The m-payments space is highly fragmented and confusing. However, payvia has already processed over $2 billion in m-payment to merchants, developers, political campaigns, etc. read more.
Since the advent of e-commerce, there has been unprecedented innovation as it relates to "alternative payments," including online payments and stored value cards.read more.
In the past few weeks hundreds of thousands of people have donated to Obama and Romney with their cellphones read more.
payvia, which just launched its new mobile payment platform for carrier billing this July, has been selected as the exclusive vendor to power the campaign contributions for Obama for America (OFA) read more.
Gulf Bay Consulting, organizers of Social Mobile Payments Conference Series, Gulf Bay Consulting, organizers of Social Mobile Payments Conference Series read more.
Los Angeles, Calif., August 17, 2012 – payvia, Inc. today announces that it has joined the Mobile Payments Committee of the Electronic Transactions Association (ETA), the trade association of the global electronic payments industry. read more.
Today, a company called payvia is launching a new mobile payments platform for carrier billing. But unlike several in this space, payvia is not a new player in the mobile industry. The company was spun out from m-Qube, which started a transaction and carrier billing network in North America in 2004... read more.
payvia, Inc. 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....read more.
payvia introduced a new digital payments platform enabling consumers to purchase digital goods and services using their mobile phone and charge the transaction to their monthly Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S) or T-Mobile USA bill...read more.
payvia announced the launch of its next generation mobile payments platform and latest direct carrier billing agreements with Sprint and T-Mobile USA. ...read more.
On Thursday, payvia heralded the launch of its next generation mobile payments platform. As part of the announcement, payvia also confirmed new direct carrier billing agreements with two domestic prominent carriers...read more.