Tuesday, 27 June 2017

Vvidia Partners with SLA Mobile

SLA Mobile
Wednesday 25 February 15

Vvidia, the world’s leading independent digital media technology company has partnered with SLA Mobile, a global provider of Managed Digital Service Solutions, to bring Direct Operator Billing to its customers…

Vvidia, the world’s leading independent digital media technology company has partnered with SLA Mobile, a global provider of Managed Digital Service Solutions, to bring Direct Operator Billing to its customers.

Set up in 2011, Vvidia is increasingly recognised as a leading creator and distributor of high-definition video content. Vvidia covers a wide range of genres including Bollywood, fashion and live events in multiple language formats. Vvidia enables users to access videos and video ads through any connected device whether it is mobile, tablet, computer or Smart TV.

SLA Mobile will connect Vvidia with major mobile operators to enable subscribers to pay for digital goods and services through Direct Operator Billing. The mobile payment solution enables a seamless and secure payment of digital content as there is no need for the user’s bank or credit card details as the transaction is charged to their monthly phone bill or deducted from their prepaid credit.

Anshuman Chaudhary, CEO & Co-Founder of Vvidia commented, “Direct Operator Billing fits into our ethos of ‘any time, any network, any format’ ’”. Anshuman went on to add, “Partnering with SLA Mobile enables us to offer a seamless and secure mobile payment method to our subscribers, reinforcing the fact that Vvidia is a brand that can be trusted.”

Amelia Power, Head of Sales and Marketing at SLA Mobile said, “Partnering with Vvidia expands our presence within the video on-demand market. Direct Operator Billing provides Vvidia with new revenue streams through which we hope to grow the business relationship that we have together.”


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