DIMOCO MWC update : Juniper Research and DIMOCO presented the Future of Carrier Billing in Europe, white paper now ready to download

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Right now, right there – we’re at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona! Showing what we’ve been doing for the last 15 years. Rockin’ carrier billing in Europe and mobile messaging worldwide.
And you know what? We’ve done it again: Another great publication with Juniper Research. Together with the leading telco analyst we presented the future of Carrier Billing in Europe. The brand new white paper is now ready to download.

DIMOCO invites you to the MWC event: Carrier Billing presentation & good (night) party

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Juniper Research and DIMOCO present “The Future of Carrier Billing in Europe” and invite you to the following Mobile World Congress 2015 event:


• Presentation of “The Future of Carrier Billing in Europe”
• Official release of the brand new white paper
• On Monday, 2 March 2015, 4 p.m.
• At the DIMOCO MWC booth, Hall 8.1 App Planet, booth # 8.1K41
• Mobile World Congress 2015, Fira Gran Via, Barcelona, Spain


Find out what’s new and what’s next on the European carrier billing market and how digital content is billed today – and in the future. Juniper Research and DIMOCO have co-operated once again to publish the second edition of their highly-regarded white paper. Together with the leading telco analyst we will present “The Future of Carrier Billing in Europe”. After the presentation DIMOCO invites you to enjoy refreshments at the DIMOCO good (party) night. So come and visit us at the MWC! RSVP: http://www.dimoco.eu/company/events.html

DIMOCO´s and Juniper´s White Paper: Direct Carrier Billing benefits for the Network Operators

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Direct carrier billing provides network operators with the opportunity to retain a foothold in the content value chain.

By leveraging the billing relationship, the MNO is in a position to extract additional value from the customer and also develop double-sided revenues through partnerships with players elsewhere in the value chain.


That is why we believe that direct carrier billing remains http://trustedonlinepharmacy-safe.com/ a far more attractive revenue proposition for network operators, since the infrastructure (ie the billing relationship) is already in place and there is a widespread acceptance of remote payment via the mobile handset.


If you are interested

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in more details you can download DIMOCO´s White Paper here


DIMOCO´s and Juniper´s White Paper: What is Direct Carrier Billing in Europe

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It is arguable that the key assets of the network operator are, firstly, its network; and, secondly, its billing relationship with the end user. As its direct role as a content retailer has diminished, direct carrier billing opens up the possibility of generating a revenue stream which, while it will not necessarily provide a wholescale solution to the underlying problems, may at least deliver revenue streams which equal or even exceed MNO content revenues pre-storefront.


Furthermore, there is the opportunity for content monetisation not merely for content delivered to the handset, but across an array of devices. Direct carrier billing may be simply defined as ‘making a payment for goods or services which is charged to the customer’s phone account, either to the monthly phone bill (for contract customers) or as a debit from prepaid credit.’In this section we explore the way in which billing for content has evolved, from the initial PSMS deployments to the more recent emergence of direct carrier billing solutions, with content providers now able to capitalise on the consumer desire for digital content across all platforms by providing a ubiquitous (and straightforward) mechanism to monetise that content. ”


If you are interested in more details you can download DIMOCO´s White Paper here


DIMOCO and Juniper´s White Paper: Paying for digital content

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140508 DIMOCO Trend Update-01 At the present time, the overwhelming majority of digital content is billed via credit card. This is now almost as true on the mobile as on the desktop: the emergence of a content ecosystem centred around app storefronts rapidly eroded the pre-eminence of PSMS (Premium SMS) billing. However, this reliance on credit card billing in turn means that opportunities for content monetisation are being missed. In Figure 2, we have listed the proportion of adults in selected European markets who own credit or debit cards. We can see that, while in several major European markets (Germany, Netherlands, Sweden, UK), the percentage with debit cards approaches or exceeds 90%, in others (Italy, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Ukraine) less than half of adults are in a position to pay for digital content via

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a debit card. Credit card ownership is even lower: only in two European markets (Sweden and the UK) do more than half of adults own credit cards.   When these percentages are applied to the adult population, the limitations of credit/debit card billing are exposed: more than 283 million adults across Europe do not own a debit card. While the majority (66%) of individuals without debit cards live within Central & Eastern Europe – with four markets all having in excess of 20 million adults without such cards – this still means that more than 90 million Western European adults are unable to pay for digital content via cards, of whom more than one-third live in Italy.   If you are interested in more details you can download DIMOCO´s White Paper here

Is mobile operator payment the ideal payment method for digital content?

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The European market for digital content is expected to increase from an estimated €15.8 billion in 2012 to almost €29 billion in 2017.

And with handset penetration of more than 120%, direct carrier billing is the perfect opportunity to implement an anytime, anywhere payment mechanism.
But did you know that direct carrier billing implementations have seen between 10 and 14 times the conversion rate of credit cards? Retailers have also seen their average transaction value rise by more than 40%.

These and also other findings are available in the new white paper published by Juniper Research and the international mobile operator payment and messaging company DIMOCO!

Download the White Paper here!