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Mobile payments outfit Bango has opened a Point-of-Presence (PoP) at Interxion's City of London facility.

Bango enables brands such as Facebook and Microsoft to charge for goods via mobile phones, giving the consumer a way to pay without the need of registering personal details.

This week a report from Juniper Research highlighted huge potential in the market saying revenues from mobile content, monetised through direct operator billing, are expected to rise from US$2bn last year to more than $13bn by 2017.

Bango said its decision to open a Point of Presence (PoP) at Interxion was security and availability. 

Interxion’s metro locations and close proximity to over 77% of European GSP complimented Bango’s wider strategy to expand its footprint into ‘every corner of the globe' the client said.

David Keeling, chief operating officer at Bango, said: “With Interxion, we are safe in the knowledge that the service we provide to our customers is reliable and secure and we have the ability to grow through their international network.”