Charge to mobile bill

Purchase digital content such as apps, music, games, movies and more - and pay for it on your mobile phone bill.

How does Charge to Mobile Bill work?


Any purchases you make will go straight on to your mobile bill. If you pay monthly, you’ll get to pay it together with your monthly bill.

If you are a Pay As You Go customer, the purchase will come straight out of your airtime balance.

We only work with Trusted Payment Intermediaries that meet our strict security standards and follow the Phone-paid Services Authority (PSA).

The PSA have been appointed by OFCOM to regulate phone-paid services in the UK.

Need to know about Charge to Mobile Bill


Using your mobile number as a payment method removes the need for your wallet or card payment details, and it’s a safe way to make payments online.

Charge to bill is also the term we use to describe payments made to a third party for services accessed via an SMS or voice short code number.

These are typically used for competitions and charity donations or voting for your favourite contestant on a TV show.

How to set up Charge to Mobile Bill on EE

Download apps, music, movies and more for your Apple device

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Download apps, music, movies and more for your Android device

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Pay for your Premium Spotify subscription on your mobile phone bill

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Buy in game credits, apps and more for your Xbox or Windows Device

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Buy in game credits, games, apps and more for your Playstation

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Competition, Charity & Voting using Charge to Mobile Bill


Did you know that you can enter a competition, vote for your favourite contestant or donate to your favourite charity - and charge this to your mobile phone bill?

Simply follow the instructions advising you to call or text a short number, which we call a short code, and the cost of your entry/donation/vote will be added to your next bill or deducted from your airtime balance.

You may also incur a standard rate message cost depending on the service which will be stated in the promotion.