ImpulsePay, the mobile payment service in the UK, has launched PublishPay, which is designed to help publishers charge for their content on mobiles. It does this in two ways.
On the content side, the platform is able to turn any RSS feed (which can be kelp private) into a mobile-friendly website, a potentially cheaper option than building a native app. In turn, that content can then be charged… → Read More
Users can now pay for access to ‘Early Bird’ ads on Spareroom using their mobile phone, giving them a heads-up of any available rooms, the cost of which will be added to their mobile phone bill or taken from their pre-pay credit. That’s because ImpulsePay (formerly GoPayforit)… → Read More
[UK] The UK mobile SMS payment startup ImpulsePay (formerly GoPayforit), whose launch we covered in November, has added the option for content owners to sell adult content and services, including the ability to verify that customers are over the age of eighteen.
It does this by tying into the mobile operators’ own customer records whereby if the account isn’t registered as belonging to somebody… → Read More