Omise payment gateway with 4 new payment methods

The list of payment gateways and payment methods available in HostBill has just got bigger! Read the blog post on this week’s release!

Omise payment gateway

Omise is a payments platform offering a wide range of processing solutions for any business needs. Omise provides powerful payment tools, comprehensive risk management solutions, as well as connection to card networks and consumers’ preferred payment methods. Omise enables revenue growth and seamless payment experiences across online, in-store and in-app. Omise gateway is a module built to process/tokenize credit cards. It also supports refunds and recurring charges.

HostBill supports following Omise payment methods:

Internet banking – a payment option based on online banking, representing a substantial percentage in the e-payments mix. The customer completes transactions online in their online banking environment; having funds debited from their bank account right away.

PromptPay – a service offered by participating banks in Thailand enabling you to accept payments from customers through a QR code.

True MoneyWallet – a method allowing to accept payments from Thailand’s number 1 e-wallet, TrueMoney Wallet. End customers can now choose to pay seamlessly just by inputing their phone number and an OTP.

Rabbit Line pay – allows to accept online payments on mobile application and website. Customers paying via Rabbit LINE Pay go through a redirect payment flow. This means they are redirected from your website or mobile application to Rabbit LINE Pay’s secure checkout page where they authorize and confirm the payment.

What else is new?

Sepa Direct Debit module for Stripe now supports recurring payments. Ascio domain registrar has an option to not expire domains that are expiring in Ascio. UserAPI plugin has a new API method to download ticket attachments and two new functionalities: Attachment list in ticket details response and Transaction list in invoice details response. We’ve also added a bunch of new hooks – you will find the details in our Changelog!

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