Recurring payments make it easier for customers to transfer money between accounts and pay for services on a regular basis. Learn how open banking makes recurring payments faster, easier and less expensive.
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3 lessons for VRP in 2023
It’s been a big year for the development of variable recurring payments. Product leaders from Chip, Curve and iwoca tell us why and explain what's to come.
What are the best payment methods for subscription businesses?
With the subscription economy booming, what are the best ways to effectively collect recurring payments from your customers and keep churn to a minimum?
Involuntary churn: everything you need to know
Involuntary churn can limit your brand’s growth if left unchecked. Learn everything you need to know in order to reduce it and improve your recurring revenue.
What are card-on-file transactions and what are they used for?
Card-on-file transactions — also known as card-on-file payments — happen when a customer authorises a merchant to store card details for future purchases.
Annual vs monthly subscription billing schedules
Find out everything you need to know about annual and monthly subscription billing schedules, the pros and cons and how to utilise both of them.
3 open banking trends that will change financial services
From mergers and acquisitions to VRP and more, these trends will have a major impact on the state of financial services
Introducing Variable Recurring Payments at TrueLayer
Our recurring payments API is now available for sweeping and non-sweeping use cases. More people in the UK can experience the transparency and speed of VRP.
What you need to know about the VRP for sweeping rule changes
The Competition and Markets Authority has clarified its definition of sweeping. So how will that affect how VRP will be used?
Your guide to subscription business models
Many profitable businesses use subscription models, but which type could be right for your brand?
From sweeping to subscriptions – what's next for open banking VRPs?
UK banks are busy creating new open banking VRP APIs. It could mark the start of a revolution in how people pay.