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Syntonic Expands into South America with Acquisition of Zenvia Direct Carrier Billing

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Syntonic, a mobile platform and services provider, announced its expansion in South America with the formation of Syntonic Brazil.

Syntonic Brazil, based in São Paulo, finalized the asset purchase of the Zenvia Mobile Servicos Digitais business unit, acquiring its Mobile Commerce Platform that enables cross-carrier, direct-carrier-billing for online consumer purchases. 

Combination of Zenvia’s Mobile Commerce Platform with the Syntonic Connected Services Platform presents mobile operators and content providers with a unique opportunity to better participate in, and monetize, the new app economy, says Syntonic

Direct-carrier-billing, made popular by its simplicity, convenience and security, is a payment method that allows mobile customers to purchase online content directly from their mobile carrier account. This new Syntonic service will reach virtually all Brazilian mobile customers, providing new revenue opportunities for app publishers and content providers.

Gary Greenbaum, Co-founder and CEO, Syntonic
Moreover, adding the new direct-carrier-billing service into our platform provides a simple and secure payment method that protects people from identity theft or fraud associated with other online financial transactions.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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