New service will be available with 30,000 e-retailers, claims company
Payment company Buyster is launching its Internet payment offering for landlines and mobiles as part of the eCommerce Paris 2011 trade fair.
The move comes with the backing of its shareholders and Banque de France approval, said the company.
It added that the on 13 September 2011 Buyster will launch its online payment tool, which is expected to improve the security of payment transactions over the Internet and finally provide a payment solution suitable for mCommerce.
The company said, "For 50 million consumers, the mobile phone will protect the bank card and make it easier to use it to pay over the Internet, from home…or elsewhere!"
It said, "Buyster offers the possibility of associating your bank card with your mobile phone number. From now on, it will be possible to pay over the Internet using a fixed or mobile phone without ever releasing bank details. Each transaction undergoes double security, firstly by a secret code and secondly by mobile phone."
Buyster said the tool is available free for all mobile devices, regardless of the operator.
The company added that it has already convinced major names in eCommerçe including 4 Pieds, AchatDesign, Bouygues Telecom, National Change, Orange, and Téléthon.
Buyster will be available with 30,000 e-retailers as soon as it launches and already boasts the support of ten partners, said the company.