Apple Expands Carrier Billing to Belgium and Norway

Nov 29, 2016 9:41 am PST by Joe Rossignol
Apple has enabled carrier billing in Belgium and Norway, expanding upon the feature's existing availability in Germany, Japan, Russia, Switzerland, Taiwan, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates. The feature is limited to select carriers in each country — share if yours is supported in the comments.

The payment method enables customers to pay for iTunes content, App Store apps, iBooks, and Apple Music subscriptions without needing a credit or debit card, or even a bank account. Instead, purchases are added to a customer's mobile phone bill and paid off at the end of the month.

Apple has a support document explaining how to set up carrier billing on iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch and Mac or PC.

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42 months ago

Serious Question... Do you not need a credit/debit card or a bank account to have a phone bill? I can't imagine mobile carriers are allowing you to mail them paper money.

You can take your post-paid bill to a convenience store and pay cash. Or you buy recharge cards for prepaid. Or you go buy a money order/postal order with cash and mail that in.
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