Trinity Mirror launched PaperPay two years ago as a new way of buying newspapers. The model is simple: download the app and whenever you want to buy a newspaper that is listed, simply show the barcode at any epay, PayPoint or Payzone retailer. All your purchases are billed as a single line on your credit or debit card account in the same way you may have seen iTunes charges appear.
After extensive testing with their own titles, PaperPay is now open to other publishers who wish to use it. We are delighted that the Yorkshire Post, the Scotsman, the Bristol Post and the Nottingham Post have joined the Daily Record and the Newcastle Journal to give readers the convenience of cashless purchase and retailers additional sales without any credit or debit card fees.