TRY OUT OUR API VERSIONING FEATURE Editor’s note: This is part of a monthly blog series by Gokmen Atak, Onebip’s Product Offer & Quality Specialist. Gokmen aims to share his “Tips of the month” which includes product features and updates that Onebip partners can take advantage of to improve their mobile payment offering. Please feel free to add your comments at the end of the post. We are continuously improving the Onebip API to deliver the best mobile payment platform for our partners and their users by creating an easy to use and fast experience. This means that we’re constantly releasing new features and updates to our service which inevitably creates new versions of our API. The ‘API versioning’ feature ensures that there’s no impact on our partners whenever the Onebip API is updated. What is it? The API Versioning feature secures the functionality of all Onebip API versions which are being used by our partners even though the codes and the integration specifications and requirements have been changed due to the new features released by Onebip. This means that there’s no impact on our partners when essay writing service a change is made to the Onebip API. The older versions of the API will always be operative and functional until the merchant decides to take advantage of new features that are not available in the old API. The merchant’s system will then be automatically served with the latest available Onebip API with the new features required. For more details about API Versioning feature and to start using it, check out Onebip’s Mobile Payment System Integration Guide.
Today, Russia has the largest mobile market in Europe and is 6th largest worldwide with 227 million subscribers and 160% mobile penetration. With a strong online gaming market worth US$668 million in 2011 and a 51.8 million Russians using social networks, the market is attracting a lot of interest from online businesses.
If you’d like to be a part of this and start billing your customers in Russia, then you’ll be interested in this month’s promotion from Onebip.
We’re offering new and existing merchants (who aren’t using Onebip already in Russia) a special 0% Onebip commission offer for one month. This means that Onebip will give you 100% of the payout we receive from the carrier for one month. The offer is available until the 1st of March.
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We’ve been awarded ‘The Best Mobile Payment solution’ by Turkcell’s Partner Program Product and Service Awards 2013. The Award is a prestigious event in Turkey’s mobile industry calendar (the Oscar’s of the mobile industry) which has been running since 2003 and organised by Turkcell, one of the most innovative carriers in the world today. We’re very proud to receive this significant award because it rewards Turkcell’s best business partners which is testament to our deep relationship with the carrier and successful projects that we’ve implemented together. It also demonstrates Turkcell’s recognition of Onebip and Neomobile’s innovation in mobile payments such as the M-ticketing project with the Turkish Football Federation. Onebip’s mobile payment solution was picked as a winner by the jury because it answers a real customer need in the market and provides an easy to use solution for the end user. It’s innovation in mobile ticketing via carrier billing brings mobile payment to life, in the case of the Turkish Football Federation project – it brings mobile payments to football. The Turkcell Awards are open to all products and services in the mobile industry and subject to a robust and tough evaluation process carried out by an independent jury. The jury is represented by high-level industry figures including the Division Head of Partnership at Turkcell and the President of MOBISIAD – the Association of the Mobile industry and Businessmen. Once the application period is closed, the jury evaluate and identify the finalists individually. Then the finalists are invited to ‘defend their projects’ in front of the jury and the winner is picked. On top of this Award, Onebip/Neomobile has also been confirmed once again as a Silver Partner of Turkcell. This re-confirms our relationship with Turkcell as a trusted partner. Each year, Turkcell evaluates its corporate partners in three main categories including Finance, Business Management and Customer Satisfaction for their performance and success in technical infrastructure, service quality and marketing activities. Congrats to the Onebip/Neomobile team in Turkey for helping us achieve this prestigious Award! By Isik Uman, Head of Turkey, Onebip by Neomobile
That’s a giant Vim projected on the wall: On Friday, all members of the Onebip team which are in the office at the time gather together for a training meeting. We started by discussing one chapter of Growing Object-Oriented Software, guided by tests each week, but after finishing the theorethical section the book turned to a long Java example. Since we do not work with those technologies, we picked a low-priority user story and start developing it with Test-Driven Development, considering all our acceptance criteria such as full automated testing, monitoring and documentation. — Giorgio
I often get asked this question by journalists and potential customers and thought I’d share my answer with everyone to set the story straight. The answer is YES and there are lots of other sectors that can benefit from carrier billing.
It’s without a doubt that the online gaming and dating sectors have been at the forefront of utilising the benefits of carrier billing to monetise their sites. I think there are several reasons why they have been such early adopters:
– Target segments. The gaming sector had traditionally targeted younger segments that were typically uncarded and with its global reach also targeted large user bases of early adopters in emerging markets that were once again without bank accounts or credit cards. Read more