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About Bango

Bango is a company that focuses on digital payments and marketing technology in the retail and telecoms sectors. The company offers services such as enabling customers to discover subscription products through resale and bundling, facilitating instant and effortless purchases, and applying Purchase Behavior Targeting to find new paying customers online. Bango primarily sells to the retail, telecoms, and app development sectors. It was founded in 1999 and is based in Cambridge, England.

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326 Cambridge Science Park

Cambridge, England, CB4 1YG,

United Kingdom




Expert Collections containing Bango

Expert Collections are analyst-curated lists that highlight the companies you need to know in the most important technology spaces.

Bango is included in 2 Expert Collections, including Payments.



2,780 items

Companies in this collection provide technology that enables consumers and businesses to pay, collect, automate, and settle transfers of currency, both online and at the physical point-of-sale.



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Bango Patents

Bango has filed 1 patent.

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Latest Bango News

Survey: Streaming Execs Say Bundling Is the Future

Nov 27, 2023

27 November 2023 Four in five streaming executives believe that “super bundling” is the future for their industry; 93% say having all subscriptions on one bill is the biggest benefit (Image credit: NBCU Local) All the research showing that consumers would like to see their streaming services bundled together seems to have gotten the attention of streaming media executives. A new survey of over 100 executives at leading music, video, and multi-service content providers by Bango is reporting that 81% of streaming executives believe that “super bundling” is the future for their industry and 93% of those executives say having all subscriptions on one bill is the biggest benefit. Super bundling refers to a business model that provides integrated management of subscriptions through a centralized content hub, delivered through aggregators like telcos. A variety of research surveys have found that the complexities of finding content on different streaming services and the difficulties of managing multiple streaming subscriptions has increased churn and prompted consumers to tell researchers that they would like a more unified platform for accessing content. The new Bango survey also examined some of the key reasons why streaming executives are embarrassing the bundling model, with over two-thirds of subscription leaders citing ‘new customer acquisition’ (73%) closely followed by ‘reducing churn’ (68%). The survey found that more than three out of five subscription leaders agree that subscription services should be bundling their services with content providers from other industries (69%); super bundling content hubs will be a vital revenue source for subscription services in the future (66%); and that super bundling content hubs will offer a strong competitive advantage for subscription services (65%). Over half of these executives (53%) said that super bundling will play a vital role in their future customer acquisition and retention strategies. Some go as far to say that not pursuing Super Bundling could be damaging, with almost a third (31%) warning of potential revenue and market share loss for those that don’t adapt quickly enough, the researchers said. When asked who they might select as bundling partners, communications service providers dominated, with 60% of subscription leaders citing satellite/cable providers as most effective, followed by broadband (56%) and cell phone companies (56%). The survey also found that streaming executives see a number of challenges in implementing the idea. Three out of five (61%) reported that their core challenge when bundling subscriptions is the complexity of managing multiple partners. When trying to achieve this through reseller partners such as telcos, more than half report that the top challenges they face in partnering effectively are technical integration issues (64%); complexity of contract negotiations (63%); time-consuming onboarding processes (52%) More information about Bango, super bundling and the full report can be found here . Get the TV Tech Newsletter The professional video industry's #1 source for news, trends and product and tech information. Sign up below. Contact me with news and offers from other Future brands Receive email from us on behalf of our trusted partners or sponsors By submitting your information you agree to the Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy and are aged 16 or over.

Bango Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Bango founded?

    Bango was founded in 1999.

  • Where is Bango's headquarters?

    Bango's headquarters is located at 326 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge.

  • What is Bango's latest funding round?

    Bango's latest funding round is Corporate Minority - P2P.

  • Who are the investors of Bango?

    Investors of Bango include NHN and ETCapital.

  • Who are Bango's competitors?

    Competitors of Bango include DOCOMO Digital and 1 more.


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