The Most Popular Banking Options with UK Mobile Bingo Fans
In the mobile bingo world, there are loads of different ways to deposit and withdraw funds from an account. There are some that are more popular than others though, and we’re going to take a look at the more commonly used banking options on this page.
Using a trusty credit card or debit card is still by far the most popular way to bank at online bingo sites. After all, credit and debit card companies offer some of the best security around, plus you won’t generally find any fees being charged for using their services. The only thing slightly annoying about this method is the fact you need your card details – not too useful when your card is in the bottom of your bag, or still at home.
Skrill is an incredibly popular e-wallet service and it is often used by online gamblers. Creating a Skrill account is free, and you can then load money into this account using various methods. The money is then ready to spend at any website accepting Skrill – which is the vast majority of online gambling sites. This means you don’t need to input banking details at the bingo site, which helps to calm the nerves of many online gamblers. There are fees though, so check them before you use this method.
Neteller is almost exactly the same as Skrill, as it is an e-wallet. It has had a long association with the online gambling world, and at one point the vast majority of their business came from online gamblers. It has fallen down the pecking order slightly since then, and has seen Skrill overtake it in the popularity stakes, but you’ll still find that Neteller offers a really secure service, as well as reasonably low fees.
Pay by Phone Bill
Finally, there’s a banking method aimed squarely at those playing bingo using their mobile, and it is pay by phone bill bingo. There’s no need to have your card with you, and there’s no need to remember log-in details for sites like Skrill or Neteller. Just select the pay by phone bill option and enter your phone number, before then choosing how much to deposit. Once you click a link in a verification text sent to you, the money will be transferred to your bingo account straightaway. You’ll then find the deposit on your next mobile phone bill.