How do pay by phone bill casinos work?
While pay by phone bill suppliers will vary depending on the casino site you choose, they’re all pretty similar. All you’ll need is a valid telephone number, be that mobile or BT landline, to make deposits with your phone bill. The most popular supplier is Boku, but some casinos may use Payforit, Zimpler or Siru. Whichever method is on offer, this is the standard process to make a deposit via phone bill:
- 1. Head to the cashier
You’ll simply head to the cashier and select ‘pay by phone bill’ as your preferred payment method. Then you’ll need to select your deposit amount- of course, this must meet the minimum and maximum deposit limits.
2. Enter your number and verify
When you’ve entered your telephone number you’ll receive a text, if you’re paying my mobile, or phone call, if you’re paying by landline, to verify the payment. You’ll usually need to reply Y to the text (these texts are free), but you might receive a verification code instead.
Your deposit will be processed and credited to your account pretty much instantly once you’ve verified the payment, which means you can start playing right away.
Your deposit amount will simply be added to your phone bill at the end of that month. If you’re on a Pay As You Go deal, the deposit amount will be deducted from your credit balance.
Can’t see ‘pay by phone bill’ on the cashier list? You might see it listed as any of these options at UK casino sites:
- Pay by phone
- Pay via phone
- Pay by mobile
- Charge to phone bill
- Charge to mobile
- Mobile pay