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Real Bookies Acquires Pay Per Head Site A1PPH.com

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
Published on:
Mar/10/2016
Real Bookies Acquires Pay Per Head Site A1PPH.com

Real Bookies, the name you trust in the world of Pay Per Head, has acquired an under rated pay per head company

That Pay Per Head business is A1PPH.com.

For those of you who have been utilizing this service or plan to do so, the acquisition means one can take full advantage of (among other things):

*Live in-play wagering on most games

*Full mobile interface

*24/7 access to accounting reports

*Pay only for active players (note that not all PPH services offer this)

All of this can be had starting at $10 per head.

“Consolidation in the Price Per Head world typically occurs after the football season when we see that smaller shops with a decent size customer base must move to a more established business the likes of Real Bookies,” said Payton O’Brien of Gambling911.com, which routinely monitors the PPH world. 

“Real Bookies is a name we have trusted for years,” she added.

A1PPH.com has so much more to offer, including a four week free trial.  Learn more here.

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