Zimpler is one of several major mobile deposit methods that players can currently find in top online casinos right now. It may seem that Zimpler has only just popped up in the casino world, but they have been around a while, albeit under their previous name, PugglePay.
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This mobile-friendly casino deposit method is primarily open to players based in the United Kingdom, Sweden and Finland. If you are playing from outside those countries, you are unlikely to find Zimpler very accessible.
Depositing with Zimpler
To deposit with Zimpler, you need to make sure that you have a mobile phone number and are based in one of the countries listed above. You do not need to sign up with Zimpler to use this payment method. Instead, you merely need to enter your mobile phone number and select the amount you wish to deposit using Zimpler from the casino’s banking page. An SMS is then sent with a verification code. That needs to be entered into the box provided on your phone screen to complete the transfer.
Zimpler works as a pay-by-phone casino deposit option. This means that whatever you choose to deposit is directly added on to your phone bill at the end of the month. If you happen to use phone credit (such as Pay and Go phone cards) can also use Zimpler, although the deposited funds are taken directly from your credit balance there and then. Zimpler also provides a billing service, if you wish to use the method and pay an invoice within 14 days. This is handy for players with credit-based phone cards.
Funnily enough, Zimpler is one of the few payment methods which does permit withdrawals, although it is rare for casinos to offer it. You will need to register your phone with Zimpler for an account. After doing so, you can enter your banking details there. Zimpler will then transfer your funds to your bank. There are fees involved in this process, and it is overly complicated. Because there is no clear format or pattern to Zimpler withdrawals, many casinos choose not to offer this service.
The Final Word
If you prefer pay-by-phone deposit methods, Zimpler may interest you, as it “can” offer withdrawals. The trouble is, there aren’t too many casinos eager to offer it as a withdrawal option. At the very least, Zimpler makes things simpler for UK, Finnish and Swedish mobile casino players wishing to deposit into their accounts.
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