Neteller-funded Bingo on your Mobile

Don’t make the mistake of thinking that making mobile bingo payments is a more difficult job than depositing online: Neteller bingo is as easy on your phone as on your desktop.

Several top sites accept payments via this ewallet, as well as offering mobile-compatible games:

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The banking process on your phone for Neteller-funded bingo is exactly the same as on your PC. To make your first Neteller deposit at a mobile bingo site first check the site that you have chosen bears the green Neteller symbol: then you’re ready to use this easy and secure pre-paid payment method.

Neteller eWallet Payments for Mobile Bingo

First thing’s first – if you wish to use Neteller to deposit via mobile bingo sites then you first have to head to the official Neteller site and create your account.  It is quick and easy to do so, but you have to bear in mind that Neteller – unlike PayPal funded mobile bingo – is not linked to your bank account.  After creating your account, you will then need to move cash from your back to Neteller.  You can do this in a number of ways:

  • Credit or Debit Card
  • Poli
  • SoFort
  • GiroPay
  • Instant Bank
  • Ukash
  • Bank Transfer

No matter what payment method you use to fund your account, your details are 100% safe and not shared with anyone else – even the mobile bingo site on which you want to play.  You can also cash out using Neteller, and then you are free to move those funds from Your Neteller account back to your bank to withdraw.

But what are the perks of using Neteller?

The Perks of Neteller

The first is how easy it is to use.  Instead of having to input the long card numbers and so on, all you need is the email address and password you used when you created your Neteller account.  Another big perk is security.  Neteller are authorised by the UK Financial Services Authority so you don’t have to worry about safety.  Making deposits are instant, too.

The Cons of Neteller

One of the biggest cons is that they actually issue fees.  They issue a fee whenever you transfer funds from your bank account to your Neteller account, with even UKash and Paysafecard subject to a fee of at least 3%.  Spending cash from your Neteller account is free, however, so you can use it to shop online.  However if you want to transfer any mobile bingo winnings back to your bank, this is subject to a fee of around £5.  Neteller even charge you an administration fee simply to use the service.  It may also be a pain to have to fund your Neteller account whenever it lays empty, and of course it is costly to keep funding it, too.

We suppose that the pros outweigh the cons, though, if you’re looking for safety and security.