DIMOCO welcomes Mag. Petra Danninger, Senior Controller and Mag. Ines Sieder, Legal Counsel to the team.
With 72,000 attendees it was the biggest Mobile World Congress ever. From 24 – 27 of February Barcelona was the Mekka for the telecommunication industry. According to New York Times Michael O’Hara, chief marketing officer of the GSMA argued: “Attendees will have the opportunity to experience firsthand how mobile is revolutionizing business across many industries and transforming everyday life for billions of people around the world”.
That’s what we also experienced at the event. New handsets were presented, new technologies were shown and last but not least with Mark Zuckerbergs presence – it has never been so obvious that we are living in the digital era and the mobile channel is key.
Great meetings, top innovations, interesting people –
again THE exhibition of the year! Thanks MWC!
You can read the full report next week…
There are just a few days left before it’s time again for the biggest annual telecommunication event. The Mobile World Congress will take place from the 24th to the 27th February and DIMOCO is looking forward to meeting you at its stand. Our preparations are almost complete. Brochures are being produced, our bags are packed and we’re getting ready to explain what advantages you will get from our cool mobile payment and messaging products. :-)
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If you are curious about the latest developments and trends in mobile payment and messaging, then visit us at the App Planet Hall 8.1 booth, stand number 8.1B61 in the Austrian lounge. To make an appointment, please contact our industry experts email@example.com
From now on, digital content can also be billed via the mobile network operators in the United Kingdom, Ireland and Australia. With this current expansion our infrastructure has grown to a total of 32 countries and a market potential of 1 billion mobile subscribers who can easily be billed with the mobile network operators’ bill.
The global online dating industry gathers twice annually at iDate to discuss the latest trends and issues of the online dating industry. We were invited to speak at this year’s iDate in Las Vegas (January 14-16, 2014), and were honored to discuss the state of the industry with its most forward-thinking leaders.
Here are some key take aways:
1. Online Dating Goes Mobile. As the consumer uses smartphones more and more, they are also using the mobile device to arrange their next date. The industry has some homework to do in order to make the user experience smooth and rich on the mobile device.
2. Online Dating Goes Mainstream. The online dating industry has finally left its shadowy existence and has matured – some great companies provide even better services to its users, and chances one will find a soulmate online are higher than ever.
3. Online Dating Goes Global. The online dating industry is no longer limiting users to their home country. Today, users want to find their partner regardless of location in the world, and the online dating industry caters to this crowd by going global.
At the core of every platform is monetization – users want the dating platform to find a date for them, and they are willing to pay for it. It needs to be a smooth, frictionless experience though – and that’s very DIMOCO Mobile Payments comes to help. We help monetizing billions of users with simple one-click mobile payments. Let us know if you want to learn more about our solutions for the online dating industry!
Please find more information about the conference on its website http://www.internetdatingconference.com
We’ll see you in Beverly Hills later this year (June 5-6, 2014). Let us know if you’d like to set up a meeting!
Author and mobile payment expert Maik Klotz about his field test in UK: During my mobile payment test in England I had an opportunity to take a closer look at operator billing. As expected, payment via the mobile operator’s bill worked without a hitch. There were absolutely no limitations or delays. Operator billing is an alternative particularly for small amounts and digital content.