Ding.com introduces 10 new languages making it even easier to transfer mobile top-up around the world
Dublin, Ireland, 20th May 2015 – Ding, a service that anyone can use to top-up a mobile phone in another country, today announced the launch of 10 new localised versions of its industry leading website. Ding.com makes it easy for people to transfer value to any mobile phone within its unrivalled network of 350 mobile operators, across 130 countries with a total reach of 4 billion phones.
Originally launched in 2008 in English and Spanish, the mobile responsive site is now available in French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Hindi, Tamil, Urdu, Arabic and Chinese to accommodate the company’s increasingly international customer base.
Customers wanting to send top-up simply visit www.ding.com, enter the international mobile number, the amount they want to send and chose from one of the payment methods which include all major credit cards as well as PayPal. The site currently hosts almost 500,000 sessions per month and is also available is android and IOS mobile app.
Commenting on the launch of the localised sites, Odhran Ginnity, Chief Marketing Officer at Ding said: “This is a great development for Ding and we are delighted to be able to make our service more accessible for people around the world. The launch of these 10 new languages demonstrate our commitment to continuously improving our products for our customer.”