Netsize Adds Carrier Billing Support for Windows Phone Apps

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Billing services provider Netsize says that it has added support for Microsoft's Windows Phone Store enabling purchases to be charged direct to the consumer's phone bill.

The first deployment of the expanded Netsize solution has already started with an unnamed European mobile network operator.

"Optimizing the Windows Phone Store experience for customers and developers is a key priority for Microsoft," said Todd Brix, General Manager, Windows Phone Store, Microsoft Corp. "Netsize offers extensive network coverage around the world and a strong platform infrastructure, providing the Windows Phone Store with more payment options for customers, and higher payment conversion rates for developers."

The Netsize platform already manages over 260 million transactions per month.

Juniper Research estimates that operator billing revenues will rise from $2bn in 2012 to more than $13bn by 20171.

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