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How to protect margins and increase identity check pass rates in a mobile world

If you would like to increase your connection volume, reduce no intention to pay and identity fraud plus protect your business from the consequences of fraud, take a look at our blog.  We work with a number of mobile retailers … » Read more…

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Utilities: how not to manage the home move process

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I think I’m a pretty good customer to have on your books.  I pay my bills on time, I don’t overspend, I rarely go into my overdraft, I think I’m credit savvy – working in the credit industry for a … » Read more…

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Utilities: understanding the home move problem

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Moving home is something we tend to do only a few times during our pre-university years, then it goes off the scale as we enjoy living in student accommodation, sometimes followed by a gap year, a few years’ of renting … » Read more…

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Mobile World Congress blog series 2/2: Changing times

With Samsung being the latest original equipment manufacturer (OEM) to offer a form of monthly instalment or upgrade plan following their flagship Galaxy S7 device launch at Mobile World Congress (MWC), Callcredit takes a look at how the traditional subsidy … » Read more…

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Mobile World Congress blog series 1/2 : Not just a world of glowing rectangles

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With another Mobile World Congress (MWC) upon us the media focus will largely be on the big brand device launches such as the new Samsung Galaxy confirmed for a launch at the event.   However, with a theme of ‘Mobile is … » Read more…

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