Bango, the mobile web payments and analytics company, today announces that it has entered into a multi-territory agreement to provide Fox Mobile Group (FMG) with its mobile web billing platform services worldwide. The move is a result of the rapid growth of internet usage from mobile devices, which is driving publishers and content owners to focus on content delivery through mobile web sites.

“We are pleased to work with Fox Mobile Group to help provide more efficient mobile web billing and an even better user experience,” said Ray Anderson, CEO of Bango. “Bango’s mobile web billing platform technology is designed to give Fox Mobile Group’s customers the best possible payment experiences with their phone.”

“Fox Mobile Group is pleased to work with Bango to bring their mobile web billing services to our Jamba and Jamster customers,” said Soren Schafft, General Manager of Americas for Fox Mobile Group. “We are committed to strengthening the user experience across our services and we are excited to be able to offer our customers a more efficient billing option.”

Mobile internet devices and connectivity are becoming more sophisticated, which presents new opportunities for the delivery of on-line media content. Bango payment is optimized across the range of mass market and smart phones to provide a standardized payment experience for every user. Bango billing is designed to deliver the highest available conversion rates through its unique technology and network operator relationships, ensuring that users can pay on mobile devices, connecting through their operator network, or through WiFi and other routes such as BlackBerry RIM data networks. If operator billing cannot be used, Bango enables payments through credit card and other methods, such as PayPal.
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