on 18-06-2011 05:31 PM
I think it would be a great idea to be able to credit your psn wallet with your mobile, Its not like it would be difficult since there are companys already supplying the service to other media.
what do you think?
The reason i would like it is - i am on o2 so when i top up my phone i get free txt, since i dont acctually use the remaining credit, it would be ideal to put into my psn wallet.
on 06-10-2011 05:27 PM
I for one would love this! I bought my playstation in the uk and registered it in the uk.. I now however live in Italy and so am unable to topup my PSN credit until I go back to the UK on visits.
I can't register an italian credit card to a UK PSN account, and as I dont live in the uk and have no need for a uk credit card, not that I can have one without auk address... i cant topup my account using a credit card.
The PSN topup cards are region specific. I cant buy an italian PSN card and use the code to topup my uk registered PSN account. I need to buy the card in the uk.
So.. the only option for me is to ask relatives of ine that are still in the uk for xmas and bithdays to buy the topup cards and txt me the codes so I can thena dd the credit.
If Sony made a "pay by mobile" which I do here initaly for some facebook games, "Glory of Rome" for example, I can topup my mobile phone, and then take the credit off my phone to topup my PSN account! Whenever I log into "Glory of Rome" from italy or uk it detects what country I am in and so requests the appropriate countrys mobile phone dialing prefix. So I have topped up my "Glory of Rome" credits using both a uk and an italian mobile phone!
If Sony were to introduce topup by mobile phone I would be spending far more on DLCs! As it is I want several addons right now.. I have the cash in my pocket.. but I have no way of buying credit! So each time I go to the uk I buy over 150 GBP of PSn credit! Which is spent in a month or so and then what happens.. anew addon comes out that I never knew about previously.. and have to wait for my trip back to the uk, every 6 months!
PLEASE bring topup through mobile phones!!!
on 06-10-2011 06:49 PM
I would love mobile top up , I too am on o2 and get the free texts etc and left with un used credit each month so would be great ..
enight sounds abit of a pain your situation .. Do you have paypal ? If so I can highly recommed these guys
I use them alot and never a probelm . You can buy any region you like and the code is emailed to you asap , just a thought
on 07-10-2011 09:47 AM
Hmm.. never heard of them.. great idea.. but no.. I don't have PayPal.. I don't have a bank account.. I am paid per job rather than a salary so usually get paid cash, my employer deducts tax from my pay so it is all legit! hahaha So yeah.. I was in a relationship and my fiancie got us both black listed on our joint account and it was a complete mess.. so I never use banks or credit cards, dont wana get in same mess.
So I can't pay any cash into a pay pal unless I have a credit card in the first place
Oh and I am on O2 as well, topup £10 a month adn get unlimited free txts and unlimited free internet usage.. and as I never phone anyone.. I have about 80 quid of unused credit on my phone! If PSN had pay by mobile.. all 80 of that would go on DLC hahaha
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