Definition Edit

Mobile carrier billing is

a payment method whereby a consumer pays for a good or service from a third party by placing the charge on his or her mobile phone bill, and the mobile carrier bills the charge and collects payment from the consumer. This kind of third-party billing service is not a common carrier service.[1]

References Edit

  1. Paper, Plastic . . . or Mobile? An FTC Workshop on Mobile Payments, at 3 n.15.

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