Pay Per Head Website 247PPH.com Bought by Real Bookies

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
Published on:
Apr/19/2016

Gambling911.com endorsed RealBookies.com continues a modest trend of consolidation within the explosive Pay Per Head sector, this time with the acquisition of 247PPH.com.  

Based in Costa Rica, 247PPH.com billed itself as a Price Per Head offering agents quality lines, superior network stability and fast service.

As the name 247PPH.com implies, the company is open around the clock to handle all customer needs across the globe.

RealBookie.com will certainly help 227PPH.com to evolve further with expansive live in-play options, massive proposition and futures opportunities, a horse betting platform and a virtual online casino.

Currently 227PPH.com is offering a FREE 4 WEEK TRIAL HERE.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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