If your telecoms business is still resisting 21st century payment tech, it’s time to play digital catch-up.

The tried and tested methods of collecting regular payments, such as Standing Orders, have become outdated and outsmarted by modern, integrated payment solutions.

The most popular choice is Direct Debit, a reliable, flexible and fully traceable way to get paid that has revolutionised how businesses operate.

Here we explore why, when you’re already offering clients the latest in communications technology, you need to also give them the most advanced payment option available.

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