Bango webinar: The US opportunity – capitalizing on the growth in mobile web billing

21 April 2009, 11am ET, 4pm UK 

Following the Bango webinar on 21 April 2009, we invite you to view the presentations and watch the recording to learn invaluable information on the US market. The US is now top of the worldwide charts for mobile web browsing. It accounts for 29% of the worldwide traffic and spending is accelerating faster than in any other country, with 57% of payments worldwide. So now is the best time to capitalize on this opportunity.american_flagsmall

You will learn:
– Latest mobile browsing stats from comScore & Bango
– Factors why mobile web billing is taking off in the US
– What are the most popular payment methods
– The smarphones effect and how they’re influencing this growth
– Mobile marketing techniques that drive traffic
– How you can get set up straight away and start selling in the US

Participants:
Anil Malhotra, SVP Alliances & Marketing, Bango
Martin Harris, SVP Sales, Bango
Nandi Gurprasad, VP Alliances, Bango

To view the presentations go here

To watch the recording go here

There were some great questions posed by content providers wanting to understand the US mobile opportunity and we thought it would be great to share these with everyone. To view the Q&As visit mobile billing in the USA

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One Response to Bango webinar: The US opportunity – capitalizing on the growth in mobile web billing

  1. Pingback: Mobile billing Q&As from Bango’s US opportunity webinar | Billing on Mobile

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