Host1Plus Introduces Authorized Payments, Simplifies Billing Processes
The international hosting provider Host1Plus announces the implementation of authorized Credit Card and PayPal payments to simplify billing processes
Last month, Host1Plus introduced authorized PayPal and Credit Card payments. The changes are expected to enhance overall customer experience. The new billing option simplifies transaction process as it eliminates manual payment management.
Authorized payments are automatic transactions pre-approved by the user in the internal UI. The amount due for the services is automatically charged upon the creation of a new invoice.
As a result, Host1Plus no longer supports PayPal subscriptions. To date, PayPal subscriptions were the major cause of delayed order execution. Once an initial order was upgraded or billing cycle was changed, recurring payment PayPal subscriptions had to be cancelled and re-created. As a result, order confirmation and service activation was significantly prolonged.
Vincentas Grinius, the co-founder and CEO of Host1Plus believes that authorized payments are yet to reveal their potential. “It is a flexible solution to reduce order execution time and prevent non-payment related issues.”
Authorized PayPal payments were implemented on October 20th, 2015. Both new and existing Host1Plus customers may already enable authorized payments at the Client Area by creating a new billing agreement with PayPal or by adding their Credit Card details.
Host1Plus also supports Skrill, Paysera, CashU, Ebanx, Braintree, Alipay, Credit Card, PayPal and Bitcoin payments.
Host1Plus is an international hosting provider, offering a range of services from domain name registration, shared, VPS and reseller hosting to dedicated servers and SSL certificates. Host1Plus provides affordable and customizable solutions to meet the needs of bloggers, developers, web designers and business owners in managing their online assets. The main values of Host1Plus include network stability, service reliability and excellent customer care. Founded in London, UK, in 2008, the company now has a global presence with multiple data centers and local support teams in Africa, Europe, North and South Americas; some operations are directed from Kaunas, Lithuania and Frankfurt, Germany.