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Posted Tue, May 27, 2008 by Ram

PayByCash meets Conan

For those Hyborians who are not able to pay with a credit card, fear not. There is an option for you.

Charlottesville, VA (May 27, 2008) - PayByCash®, a division of Internet Payment Solutions, Inc., will provide non-credit card payment services for Funcom's much anticipated, award winning Age of Conan massively multiplayer online game for PC. With the support of PayByCash, Funcom can offer Age of Conan subscribers throughout the world access to premium content through more than 70 payment methods not requiring a credit card.

"Funcom is pleased to expand its relationship with PayByCash. Their product and support services integrate seamlessly into the Age of Conan website, allowing us to tap into a vast customer base that chooses not to use credit cards," said Funcom CEO Trond Arne Aas. "We are incredibly proud of the Age of Conan game and can't wait to see players experience the amazing adventures we have created."

Added Kevin Higgins, CEO of PayByCash, "We are excited to be a part of the Age of Conan release. We have seen the excitement generated by the million beta subscribers and phenomenally successful early access programs. We know that PayByCash increases the ability of Funcom to reach more premium subscribers worldwide through our partnership. Our business has a global reach, allowing players from every region of the world reliable access to Age of Conan's premium content, using the payment method of their choice."

For more, please visit PayByCash.

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