Wednesday, November 7th 2007

Steam Now Accepting ClickandBuy Payment Solution

Valve is now accepting ClickandBuy e-payment method for purchases via Steam. ClickandBuy's wide range of supported payment methods-including direct debit, ELV, online bank transfers, telephone billing, and credit cards-makes it easier than ever for millions of Steam customers to purchase and download a broad selection of game titles. The new billing solution is available to Steam customers across North America and the majority of European countries. Additionally, ClickandBuy is offering Steam customers a $5 (USD) credit toward a future ClickandBuy purchase-including Valve's top-rated new release, The Orange Box, featuring Half-Life 2: Episode 2, Portal, and Team Fortress 2; as well as Half-Life 2 and Half-Life 2: Episode One.Source: Steam
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3 Comments on Steam Now Accepting ClickandBuy Payment Solution

#1
ex_reven
I wonder if they will support Australian banks. Ive been waiting for this.
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#2
sputnio
thats cool. is ClicknBuy something like a PayPal?
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ex_reven
by: sputnio
thats cool. is ClicknBuy something like a PayPal?
CLick and buy is this:
ClickandBuy is one of the leading payment systems on the internet. More than 7,000 merchants benefit from this complete service in 26 countries, which includes 21 different currencies and 43 different payment methods. ClickandBuy is used by Apple iTunes, Skype, msn, T-Online, Electronic Arts, Meetic, Playboy, SanDisk, Yamaha, UNICEF and many more.
Id love to be able to make a direct deposit from my account.
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