Watch Bango CFO, Rachel Elias-Jones discuss the financial and operational highlights from today’s Interim Results announcement. Rachel covers the doubling of End User Spend for the fourth consecutive year, launches of carrier billing for Google Play in South America and Africa, global roll out of resale technology for leading merchants and the success of the data strategy.
Bango has partnered with Pandora (NYSE: P), the largest music streaming service in the U.S., to power subscriptions through Pandora reseller partners. This service is initially available on a U.S.-based wireless network provider, enabling Pandora to grow the subscriber base for their leading music service.
First Google Play Direct Carrier Billing in South America
Bango announces that millions of Entel subscribers in Chile are now able to pay using their phone bill for the massive array of content and services sold in Google Play, including Minecraft, Tinder and Google Play Music. Pre and post-paid subscribers can simply click-to-buy using carrier billing, placing the charge on their Entel phone bill, for instant access to their favorite games, music, movies and more.
Bango has extended its Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) license as an approved payment provider. The FCA license ensures the conditions for Bango partners to offer alternative payments more comprehensively, for all types of goods across Europe.
Following today’s FY2017 Final Results announcement watch Bango CFO, Rachel Elias-Jones talk through the financial and operational highlights. Rachel covers key launches that have led to a doubling of End User Spend, including resale for Amazon Prime Video and mobile wallets, while the cost base remained stable.