micropayment


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micropayment

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌpeɪmənt)
n
(Telecommunications) a system whereby a user pays a small fee to access a specific area of a website
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MoneyGram (NASDAQ: MGI) and GCash, the mobile wallet and micropayment arm of Mynt, has announced a new partnership to drive financial inclusion in the Philippines, the company said.
Drizzle, a micropayment and section-specific subscription platform, enables online publishers to earn additional revenue for its premium content.
the path breaking contactless micropayment service from Econet that was launched in Zimbabwe in December 2015, can be experienced at the MWC 2016 at Barcelona.
A Wisconsin-based firm said on Wednesday it has started the "first intelligent, secure micropayment gateway for digital media," which allows consumers to purchase individual digital media items for pennies, as opposed to a subscription-based access, a price point that can be a deterrent to purchases.
Breaking out content for micropayment in cryptocurrencies, instead of erecting high-dollar-threshold "paywalls" that few people are willing to climb, since it will likely be the logical next step in their economic recovery plans.
A micropayment system is an electronic payment system aimed at providing low-value and high-volume transactions.
Innovative solutions in micropayment systems, transport applications and municipal services are on a very high level in the Czech Republic and people in this area are creative and breakthrough ideas.
But many of the tools that enable this kind of model fall into other categories--for instance, many of the micropayment tools help facilitate payments on freemium sites.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-11 September 2008-Fatfoogoo to Offer Micropayment Software for Project Darkstar(C)1994-2008 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
jp, the first micropayment stock photography web site, and a new search engine, and in September, the company launched Comstock Complete, a new paid subscription service offering over 10,000 royalty-free images.
There has been recent confusion about the micropayment approach Bill Gates outlined that is important to clarify.
But Moises Goldman, COO of micropayment software provider VoiceCue, sees a future where anybody with a credit card can pay for gasoline, electricity; minutes--anything that can be metered--using a cellular phone.