Pay By Phone Casinos Revolutionizing Industry

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The pay by phone online gambling sector is growing by leaps and bounds with UK betting firms in particular capitalizing on the revolution.

Today’s smart phone online casinos feature high quality graphics and excellent sound effects, but the ability to make a deposit or request a payout via one’s credit card or other method has not always been seamless and today’s gamer is less likely to move from his or her smart phone to a laptop in order to request a money transfer into or out of his or her account.

Instead they are more likely to move their business to one of several pay by phone casinos.  These sites allow one to be charged via their mobile phone bill. 

Because the process tends to be less costly for online casinos and bookmakers, most pay by phone betting sites will tend to entice punters with a potpourri of top bonuses, examples for which appear below.

  • 400% UP TO $4000.
  • 500% UP TO $5000.
  • DEPOSIT $50, GET $250 FREE.
  • 250% UP TO $8888.
  • 200% UP TO $400.

Bottom line, if a Web gambling site is not offering the ability to pay by phone, their odds of losing out are substantial.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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