DIMOCO and Juniper Research start mobile payment country special

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140313 DIMOCO country update-01 In Poland only 17.7% of the population own a credit card, but statistically everyone has a cell phone 2017 more than €5 bn. worth of digital content will be paid via cell phone billing. The top mobile operator payment countries in Europe will be presented at regular intervals. Poland – one of the most important mobile operator payment markets in Europe – is the first country.   So, DIMOCO and the market research company Juniper Research present the Polish mobile operator payment market and thereby show the potential of billing digital content via cell phone billing in this country. “With a credit card penetration rate of 17.7% the question arises how digital content

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can be billed. This is exactly where mobile operator payment comes in. Besides advantages like a higher conversion rate, the broad cell phone reach makes billing via mobile operator payment so interesting for companies in the digital content industry”, explains Tauchner.     poland_poster   You can download the poster here

DIMOCO expands mobile payment coverage

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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

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DIMOCO withdraws from Mobile Marketing

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Roland Tauchner, DIMOCO CEO

The German digital agency conVISUAL AG takes over the Austrian mobile marketing agency’s operative business Lucy Marx http://www.lucymarx.at. The former owner, DIMOCO http://www.dimoco.eu, is withdrawing from the mobile marketing sector to concentrate on the mobile payment and messaging sectors and on its affiliate, TAF mobile GmbH, to further develop easy.GO, an app for local public transport.
DIMOCO had already set sail for mobile payment and messaging with the founding of Lucy Marx GmbH and the concomitant splitting off of its mobile marketing business division. With the current withdrawal, this course has now been confirmed. “From now on, DIMOCO will concentrate exclusively on providing businesses with the means of billing their digital content via the mobile network operators and with processing their SMS transactions”, says Roland Tauchner, DIMOCO CEO. Mobile messaging can be offered worldwide while mobile payment is currently available throughout Europe. The infrastructure will be continuously expanded to reach more and more countries. Furthermore, the company group will concentrate on developing easy.GO further through its affiliate, TAF mobile GmbH, of which DIMOCO holds a majority share. This mobile application brings local public transport timetables, junction information as well as tickets directly to the smartphone.