Payfone Signals Prove Superior to MNO Data Alone

In Q1 2019, AT&T stopped making its MNO data available for inquiry to third-party aggregators. This decision created concern regarding coverage that would impact identity verification.

Payfone taps directly into the telecom infrastructure and other authoritative identity verification sources with signals that are broader than just the MNO inputs. These verification capabilities are not necessarily well-understood by many in the industry.

Register today and join Aite Group research director Julie Conroy for a live webinar as she analyzes the results of a data study performed for a top ten U.S. financial institution in Q1 2019 to validate Payfone’s ability to verify consumers’ mobile information with and without MNO inputs, and the impact of AT&T removing its data from the eco-system. 

June 19, 2019
Wednesday, June 19 | 1 p.m. ET

Julie Conroy is research director for Aite Group’s Fraud & AML practice and covers fraud, data security, anti-money laundering, and compliance issues.