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Simple and secure payment

Is paying by mobile phone bill also secure? Are you sufficiently protected against misuse? Find out more here.

Extensive safety

In order to prevent unwanted payments, Austrian mobile providers use extensive security mechanisms or have set security-related framework conditions for the provider. In a digital store, for example, full registration is required. If the payment method "mobile phone bill" is selected, the phone number must be verified via SMS code.

With many providers, you also receive a TAN via SMS before the purchase to confirm the payment again. On a PC or laptop, payment by mobile phone bill is only made after entering a TAN. In addition, customers can block "Pay by mobile phone bill" free of charge with their mobile phone provider, for example directly in the self-care tool of the respective mobile phone provider. This blocking option is usually found under the term "third-party services". The blocking is effective immediately. All transactions can also be viewed at any time in this tool.

Maximum consumer protection

These and some other technical security mechanisms protect customers from misuse and unwanted payments. In addition, of course, the same precautions apply that are valid for other payment methods. You will find these here in our FAQ.

Paying by cell phone bill now also at georg

Since December 12, 2022, it is also possible with the mobile provider "Georg" via the cell phone bill, for example, to make purchases in the App or Google Playstore, or to pay for parking tickets at HANDYPARKEN.

Paying by cell phone bill now also at XOXO

With powerful yet affordable rates for smartphones and cube, XOXO offers students in Austria a new alternative to the standardized providers. And on top of that, they benefit from the advantages of the "pay by cell phone bill" payment method without additional costs for a payment method.

Ö3-Christmas miracle

"You donate, we broadcast!" - this is the motto of the Ö3 Christmas miracle and the motto is program: Robert Kratky, Gabi Hiller and Andi Knoll play from 19 to 24 December for a donation.