BOKU is the global leader in online payments, allowing consumers to purchase goods and services with their wireless number, and charge to their mobile operator bill. BOKU brings bank-grade payments technology and mobile users together on the web, creating a trusted, accessible market for consumers, merchants and carriers alike. Based in San Francisco with offices in Europe and Asia, BOKU reaches over 3 billion consumers worldwide. With localization and support in 32 languages, BOKU operates in 65 countries, across 230 carriers globally. Leading Silicon Valley entrepreneurs and venture capitalists fund BOKU including Andreessen Horowitz, Benchmark Capital, DAG Ventures, Index Ventures and Khosla Ventures.
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SAN FRANCISCO | Boku, Inc., the global leader in carrier billing and cross-platform mobile payments, announces the opening of three new offices across the Asia Pacific region. The new offices are located in Singapore, Sydney, Australia, and Tokyo, Japan, with plans for more offices in the region in the coming years. Enabling Online Commerce for the unbanked [...] Read more
SAN FRANCISCO | BOKU, Inc., the global leader in online mobile payments, today announced that they are an approved carrier-billing gateway for the T-Mobile Mall, T-Mobile's digital storefront. T-Mobile USA is the U.S. wireless operation of Deutsche Telekom AG (otcqx:DTEGY). The partnership enables T-Mobile's app and game developers to accept in-app payments from T-Mobile's 34 million subscribers. Ap [...] Read more
SAN FRANCISCO - US online mobile payments company BOKU has entered a partnership with mobile commerce services provider Sprint, to allow Sprint customers to charge online purchases to their Sprint wireless bill through an authorization process. As part of the deal, Sprint customers will be able to make purchases online from Boku’s merchant network of web-based gaming companies, social ne [...] Read more
MADRID - The investment arm of giant Spanish telco Telefónica has participated in a $35 million funding round in San Francisco-based mobile payments startup Boku. Telefónica - which is soon to launch its own mobile wallet service - joined other investors including New Enterprise Associates (NEA), Andreessen Horowitz, Benchmark Capital, DAG Ventures, Index Ventures and Khosla Venture in r [...] Read more
LONDON - BOKU, Inc., announced today that leading Payment Service Provider (PSP) WorldPay has selected BOKU as its global mobile payments partner, integrating BOKU’s payments platform into its payment network. WorldPay’s merchants can now enable their customers to make a purchase and pay directly via their mobile operator bill. This partnership demonstrates that mobile payments are becom [...] Read more
US online mobile payments company Boku has launched direct carrier billing with French carriers Bouygues Telecom and SFR, a subsidiary of Vivendi, adding to existing direct billing with Orange France. The partnership is expected to offer over an additional 32 million French customers the ability to pay for digital goods and services using their existing wireless service account, with the charge [...] Read more
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