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Debitsuccess to provide payment services for Wgtn Phoenix

Debitsuccess teams up with Wellington Phoenix to provide payment services

Debitsuccess, part of the Transaction Services Group and the largest full service payment solutions provider in Australasia, has announced it is working with the Wellington Phoenix to provide a billing solution to football fans.

The alliance between Debitsuccess and the Phoenix will see the team’s supporters able to pay for tickets in regular instalments, rather than one lump sum, therefore making it more affordable and easier for fans to see their favourite team in action.

Alexander King, Business Development Manager, Debitsuccess says the collaboration is a win-win-win for customers, Debitsuccess and the Phoenix.

“The Wellington Phoenix is an important and integral part of New Zealand’s sporting landscape, with passionate supporters all over the country and the world,” says Mr King.

“We’re excited to work with the Phoenix and bring innovative billing solutions to their members, enabling more people to support the team at the games.”

This sentiment is echoed by David Dome, General Manager, Wellington Phoenix: “Our collaboration with Debitsuccess combines the strength of its full service billing solution with our enthusiastic supporter base. There’s nothing like enjoying the Phoenix live at the stadium so this will ultimately make that experience more affordable for more people.”

Debitsuccess has been providing billing services for New Zealand businesses since 1994 and services a wide range of industries. With a proven track record of innovation and customer service, the company provides billing, call centre customer management, credit control and the highest level of data security.

For further information please visit www.debitsuccess.com and www.wellingtonphoenix.com, and for details, including prices, for the recently announced English Premier League Games against the Wellington Phoenix in New Zealand please visit www.footballaustralia.com.au/wellingtonphoenix/news-display/competitive-prices-for-english-premier-league-games-in-nz/90235

About Transaction Services Group
Part of Transaction Services Group, Debitsuccess is a global direct debit billing service business with offices in Australia and New Zealand. Initiating over 36 million transactions worth more than $2 billion annually, Transaction Services Group specialises in the delivery of recurring payment solutions for a wide range of industries.

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