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October 28, 2010

AT&T Launches Multi-Partner Direct Mobile Billing Trial

AT&T-logo-114px.png BilltoMobile (announcement), BOKU (announcemnet), and Zong (announcement) are all working with with AT&T to provide direct mobile billing payment services to AT&T’s wireless subscribers – enabling customers to charge digital content purchases made online directly to their existing wireless service account.

This is the second direct mobile billing agreement with a major carrier that BilltoMobile has announced this year - the company announced a similar integration with Verizon in March - and the first for BOKU and Zong.

June 09, 2010

Danal Announces Participating Merchants for BilltoMobile Payment Service

Danal BilltoMobileDanal has announced it is partnering with several providers of online games as the first participating merchants for its BilltoMobile payment service. Included are Nexon America , NHN, Perfect World, Ntreev, YNK Interactive, Fantage, Cyberstep, Gravity, Three Rings, Global Tongue, KBS World, MMOABC, Onnet, Planet Cazmo, Ray Flame,, Uforia, Xivio, and Gamepot USA. According to Danal, these merchants are "featuring the BilltoMobile service on their eCommerce sites as a payment option, along with the traditional choices of credit card, bank card, PayPal and others. Collectively, these initial launch partners generate more than $1 Billion in annual global revenues." READ MORE »

March 22, 2010

Verizon Wireless to Launch Danal's BilltoMobile™ Payment Service

Verizon Wireless and Danal have announced that "Verizon Wireless plans to launch Danal's BilltoMobile™ payment service later this spring, enabling Verizon Wireless customers to charge online purchases of digital goods directly to their monthly Verizon Wireless bills. Verizon Wireless customers will be able to pay for online content and digital goods that are downloaded and consumed on their personal computers from Danal's participating network of popular eCommerce merchant partners." According to the two companies, at launch the service will impose a $25/month spending limit on purchases. READ MORE »

June 12, 2009

Danal to Launch BilltoMobile in US Market

Danal-BilltoMobile_logo.jpgIn a story titled "Danal eyes Global Market" in the Korea Herald, Danal Co., a leading provider of mobile payment services in Korea, says it will "launch BilltoMobile in the United States in about three months, enabling Americans to charge online purchases to their mobile phone bills."

September 05, 2007

Danal Appoints Steve Klebe VP of Sales & Business Development

Danal, a US-based company that is jointly funded by Morgenthaler Ventures and South Korea-based Danal Co., Ltd., has announced that it has appointed Steven Klebe, a veteran of new market development and a payment & eCommerce industry expert, as vice president of sales & business development. Klebe will be responsible for building the team to develop partnerships with online merchants and key business partners for Danal. Danal announced the closing of a $9.5 million financing round in June.


June 21, 2007

Danal's US Subsidiary Closes $9.5 MM Funding for Mobile Payments

As anticipated earlier in a Wall St. Journal story, Danal, Inc., the US subsidiary of South Korea-based Danal Ltd. has announced that it has received $9.5 million in venture financing led by Morgenthaler Ventures with participation from the Korean parent company as well.


Just Charge It to Your Cellphone - A Look at Danal

Rebecca Buckman writes for the Wall St. Journal about Danal Co., a Korean company about to enter the US offering mobile payments. She says Danal "is targeted at young people, some of whom don't have credit cards and want a quick, easy way to pay for low-cost digital goods." The US subsidiary is expected to be financially backed by Morgenthaler Ventures, according to Buckman.

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