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Online solutions provider adds top platform to its accepted payment options

April 7, 2017 – Perth, Australia – Dreamscape Networks Limited (ASX: DN8) has added zipPay to its portfolio of  payment options. The platform offers a buy now, pay later” service, provided by zipMoney.

Flexible cash flow is the top benefit for customers. Consequently, with zipPay, customers can pay for web domains, hosting, online solutions, and website packages in installments, interest‐free.

Flexible, interest-free payment terms

Dreamscape helps businesses power up and start realising benefits online right away using zipPay. Furthermore, they can enjoy much needed user-friendly and affordable solutions and services, faster.

Because Dreamscape workings with Small to Medium Businesses, it understands the cash flow challenges of SMBs, helping them establish, maintain, and grow their presence online. As a result, all customers have to do is choose products, and pay at their own convenience.

Since zipPay removes the worry of finding funds, it fits Dreamscape’s mission to provide customers with instant access and benefits from solutions for succeeding online.

Driving growth for SMBs online

Dreamscape’s COO, Gavin Gibson, said: Spreading payments with zipPay and ‘pay later’ helps SMBs better manage their own cash flow. Because of this, both existing and new customers alike can get ahead online. Most of all, flexible payments mean an ambitious businesses can get all the solutions they need.

As a result, whether our customers are just starting out on their business or their online journey, we partner with them to provide affordable online solutions.”

A leading provider of domain names, hosting and solutions, Dreamscape Networks is committed to best‐in‐world service. Providing simple and innovative solutions, Dreamscape allows businesses to take the best steps forward for online growth.

Read more updates at www.dreamscapenetworks.com. Dreamscape Networks Limited owns Crazy Domains. Learn more about the leading domain brand at www.crazydomains.com.

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