SLA Mobile, Yalla Click to bring carrier billing

Service allows users to pay services by charging the amount to their phone bill
SLA Mobile, Yalla Click to bring carrier billing

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Yalla Click have partnered with SLA Mobile to deliver content to mobile subscribers via carrier billing.

Carrier billing, also known as direct operator billing, does not require bank account or credit card information as it allows users to pay for digital goods and services by charging the amount to their monthly phone bill or deducting it from their prepaid credit.

“Yalla Click aim to offer mobile subscribers the most recent content and by partnering with SLA Mobile they will be able to deliver their content to a diverse audience via a seamless mobile payment solution like direct operator billing.” Said Amelia Power, head of sales and marketing at SLA Mobile.

Mahmoud Fadel, chairman at Yalla Clic, said: “Partnering with SLA Mobile will allow us to take our offerings to new customers as carrier billing exposes new revenue streams that were previously unavailable to Yalla Click.”

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