world call international launch passwordbycall enabling content owners to make money globally

By | January 25, 2006

London, 25th January 2006 – Given the open architecture of the world wide web, anyone operating a website has access to a worldwide audience – the internet has fuelled globalisation and the ‘global village’ has become reality.

Historically, it has been difficult making money from this vast and ever growing international market for two reasons. First, the general perception has been that everything on the internet should be free and second the vast majority of the world’s population do not have a credit card.

However, by definition, everyone who has access to the web has access to a telephone. And therein lies the solution for content owners to start to making money on a global scale.

Introducing – a powerful global billing solution whereby surfers are invited to call a simple phone number from either their fixed line or cellphone in order to receive the password needed in order to purchase the underlying product or service.

This can be anything non-tangible – information or entertainment can now easily be sold everywhere from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe – the world literally is the content owner’s oyster.

“Surfer’s will be pleasantly surprised to see a call-to-action in their own native tongue” comments Marc Jarrett, Business Development Manager of PASSWORDBYCALL, referring to their award winning geo-targeted technology which has been translated into 36 different languages. “This is of paramount importance, especially when it comes to paying you. Money talks, in every language”.

Webmasters can determine how much access time the surfer is granted, and the end user does not need to download any additional software onto their PC.

“‘It’s a win/win : Surfers use this solution since it is transparent, easy-to-use and at last they have a way to paying for premium content” observes Jarrett, ‘and content owners are handed a new revenue-stream overnight from surfers who visited their sites anyway – a fantastic recurring business, not least since typically these surfers have no other way of paying”.

The company’s founders have been involved in the pay-per-call industry since the early nineties and have paid out in excess of $250m to their partners during that time.

There are no set-up fees and payouts are made every two weeks. For more information and to sign-up visit

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