Apps that make it personal

Charge to Bill at Vodafone

Great entertainment options you can add to your account

We’ve teamed up with some of the best entertainment providers to give you a great choice of content to personalise your phone – and with Charge to Bill, you simply choose what you want and pay through your Vodafone account.

Charge to Bill is optional on all plans – so even if you’re already getting Amazon Prime as part of your Entertainment plan, there’s nothing to stop you adding Spotify Premium as well.

Whether you want to download music, stream movies, read magazines, buy gifts or play games, it couldn’t be easier. Simply choose from our partners below, and select the Charge to Bill option at the checkout. The cost of your purchase will either be added to your bill if you’re a Pay monthly customer, or taken from your credit if you’re on Pay as you go.

Verify your mobile number

If you’re using data over our mobile network, we’ll already know it’s you. If you’re on Wi-Fi or using a different device, however, you’ll need to verify your mobile number with the four-digit PIN we’ll send by text.

Once you’ve verified your mobile number and completed your purchase, you’ll receive a text receipt, either from us, or the entertainment partner, to let you know you’re good to go.

Google Play

Browse the Google Play store and easily pay for your app purchases from your Vodafone bill or credit.

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Spotify Premium

If you’re a music lover, you can hold millions of songs in the palm of your hand.

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Netflix

Watch as much as you want, all for one low price.

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Alerts

Get text updates for all the goals, latest news, lotto numbers or regional weather forecasts – starting from 12p a message.

Payment Services Regulation 2017

On 13 January 2018 an updated piece of banking legislation came in to force called the Payment Services Regulation 2017 (PSR17). This legislation is primarily focused on banking payment services, and to increase competition in the banking sector.

However, telecom companies that charge third-party services to their customers’ bills are also covered by this new legislation. We and our contemporaries must, for the first time, limit these payment services to £100 a month and £40 for any single transaction.

As we’re obliged to ensure our customers stay within these limits, we’ve set the single transaction limit to £40 to remain compliant with the Phone-paid Services Authority.

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