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|Type||Privately held company|
|Founded||June 23, 2006Dublin, Irelandin|
Number of employees
The company was founded by Mark Roden on June 23, 2006. Its headquarter is in Dublin, Ireland, with the company having regional offices in Barcelona, Bucharest, Dhaka, Dubai, New Jersey, Miami, Paris and San Salvador. In October 2019 the company opened a new office in London. In 2016, Ding acquired French retail top-up company called Transfert Credit.
As of 2018, its users have sent over 300 million mobile top-ups and across 600,000 retail outlets worldwide. In the same year Ding released its DingConnect API, allowing businesses to integrate the Ding platform to sell or offer mobile top-up on their website or mobile app. In 2018, the company was listed by the Financial Times as one of Europe’s fastest growing companies. In January 2019, Ding agreed a partnership with Logista that will see it provide international top-up services at over 10,000 Spanish outlets. On May 19, 2019 Ding announced its partnership with LuLu Money to offer international mobile top-up to foreign workers living in the Asia Pacific region.
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