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Paying for Your Games via Your Phone Bill

As mobile gaming becomes even more popular, maintaining its steady upward trend, payment options are becoming more diversified with BOKU fast turning out to be one of the most favoured methods.

In fact those deposit by phone casinos now provide mobile users and option that could only be dreamt of a few years back but as technology advanced and Wi-Fi became more reliable and widespread, the option to pay using your phone was developed.

There are tons of people that play games and use their credit or debit cards, or make a direct transfer or even use an ewallet or prepaid voucher, and of course those methods are still available. What BOKU does is take away the need to give any banking details over to your preferred site.

Obviously this is great news for those who do not have a bank account too, and BOKU is simple and fast to set up and can also be made use of via your landline as well as your mobile device.

So how do I set up BOKU?

  • When you are at the deposit screen choose the option ‘Pay by Mobile.

  • Once you have done that you will be taken to the payment panel where you need to confirm the amount that you have chosen on screen. Here you need to input your phone number.

  • Once you have done that you need to wait a little time to get a text message that asks you to authenticate the payment for security purposes. All you need to do is reply Y (there is no added cost for this.)

  • Any deposit you make using BOKU should be shown on your credit balance straight away.

  • You will also get a receipt sent to your mobile device when the payment has successfully gone through.

  • You will get a message (SMS) if any transactions fail to go through.

The amounts that you spend will show on your monthly bill or they will be deducted from your pay as you go balance.

There is a limit set by the company which is currently £30 a day. This is a lot less than say the £500 limit a credit card will have but if you do happen to lose your mobile or have it stolen you will not be stuck wilth a massive bill.

Partnering with all the big UK network operators has made BOKU very accessible to all those who have a UK mobile number. In fact it is estimated that BOKU now has in the region of 10 million customers.

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