Ireland, London and the NorthEast, serving over 1 million consumers. PayPoint Romanias market share for utility payments passes 12 per cent. PayPoint Romania signs up with Ukash, the international e-money market leader, to enable consumers across the country to use cash to make payments online. CollectPlus is now offering customers the option of collecting purchases even more quickly by using a unique barcode sent to their mobile phone. PayPoint launches its Facebook page, gaining 15,000 friends within three months. PayPoint electronic phonecards include. 2006 PayPoint completes the acquisition of Metacharge Ltd, an independent internet payment service provider. PayPoint mounts first TV advertising campaign on ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5 and gmtv in Scotland. Massachusets Bay Transportation Authority (mbta covering Boston and the surrounding area, switched its mobile payment provider for parking to PayByPhone 2013, rNIB recogonises PayPoint's achievement deploying 'speaking' ATMs with an 'Exemplar Service' award - the only independent ATM operator to be honoured.
You can pay bills, top up your mobile, buy a transport ticket, collect a parcel, transfer money to loved ones and buy eVouchers at a time and place that suits you. PayPoint wins prestigious New Company of the Year Award in the PLC Awards. PayPoint, Ukash and PaySafeCard summary of how it works. 2010, unicredit Consumer Financing signs up with PayPoint, becoming the company's 35th client in Romania.
Les Taxis Bleus teams up with PayByPhone to test mobile payment on taxis in Paris. T S Stores becomes first retailer to use PayPoint software to vend mobile phone top-ups through its own epos till systems. Bill Payment Service launched in Romania. 2003 PayPoint launches ATM product with competitive terms for PayPoint and other retailers. 2004 Following the purchase.4 of PayPoint's shares by leading institutional investors, PayPoint debuted on the London Stock Exchange at 192 pence per share. 2014, payPoint won a contract for 155,000 parking spaces in the City of Paris in partnership with vinci Park. Ealing becomes the 7th London borough to introduce PayByPhone parking and the first to enable cash payments for parking through the PayPoint retail network.
PayByPhone extends its service to an 11th London borough, Haringey. PayPoint acquired Adaptis Services Limited, which provides a range of parking services, including electronic parking permits, automatic number plate recognition systems for car parks and penalty charge notices.