It doesn’t matter if you’re a 'Pay As You Go'-user or you have a contract. Everyone with a mobile phone can make use this payment option. If you are a 'Pay as You Go'-user, you just deposit your credit. On the other hand, if you are on contract, you pay for deposits in your monthly phone bill. Usually, there is a limit at £10 per transaction, depending on the mobile network operator.
Untill now? O2, Vodafone, Three, Virgin Mobile, Lebara, Tesco, EE, Boku and BT.
1. Log in to your casino account using your mobile device;
2. Look for the banking option on the website. There will be an option that will let you choose to make a deposit;
3. Click on the 'deposit button' and you will see a list of payment options. Choose to pay by 'phone bill'. Depending on the casino, there will be amounts outlined for making deposits with your phone bill;
4. Click on the amount you have in mind and finish(confirm) the transaction to credit your account. The funds will be credited later to your phone bill.
Yes but ... all payments via the web are faced by at least a small risk of fraud (cyber criminal). Always check regularly to verify your recent transactions.
To make it easy for our players, we gathered some casinos at which it is possible to pay with your phone bill. So, look no further! Click, pay and play!
The UK Gambling Commission has maintained its decision ban credit card use for gambling transactions, taking effect today 14 April 2020, meaning that from this day any consumer gambling will not be able to use a credit card as payment. The ban extends to credit card gambling through e-wallets. The Commission said it is an important step forward in protecting about 10 million players who gamble online from harm, about 800,000 United Kingdom players use credit cards to gamble. The result of this ban: nobody in Great Britain can use a credit card to gamble. This is another milestone and we will continue to look for ways to make gambling safer in Grat Britain.