5 Cheap SIM Cards You Can Pay With Other than Credit Cards
Most of the popular cheap SIM cards now use credit cards as a payment method, but there are some that accept other payments. Here, I would like to take a look at the services of five companies that deal with payment methods other than credit cards among those handled in the “cheap SIM card” category of price.com.
Supports direct debit without fees, but does not support online procedures
NTT Communications “OCN Mobile One”
OCN Mobile One, which uses NTT DoCoMo’s network, only accepts credit cards for online contracts, but it is also possible to use direct debit for paper contracts. In that case, it is necessary to tell the customer support front desk that you will use direct debit to obtain an application form and perform the procedure.
Go to the OCN Mobile One page of price.com
Fund transfer can also be used with a SIM card for data communication
BIGLOBE “BIGLOBE SIM”
With “BIGLOBE SIM”, which uses NTT DoCoMo’s network, you can also use account transfer with a SIM card dedicated to data communication (the fee is 200 yen per tax per transaction). In addition, if you are a BIGLOBE member who uses “ Big Lobe Hikari ”, “ BIGLOBE Hikari Pack Neo with FLET’S ”, “ BIGLOBE Hikari with FLET’S ”, etc., you can also add up the payments, in which case account transfers and monthly NTT phone charges You can also use “NTT Finance Collection Agency” to add up with “KDDI Billing” to add up with KDDI payment.
To the “BIGLOBE SIM” page of price.com
Debit card can be used in addition to fund transfer
Rakuten Mobile “Rakuten Mobile SIM”
Rakuten Mobile, which uses NTT DoCoMo’s network, can pay 108 yen including tax on all SIM cards, but you can use direct debit for payment. As for debit cards, payment of “Rakuten Bank Debit Card” or “Suruga Bank Debit Card” is supported. It is also possible to use Rakuten Super Points for payment (excluding terminal payments).
To “Rakuten Mobile” page of price.com
Emerging MVNO but officially announces debit card support
Economical “Rocket Mobile”
Launched in May 2016, Rocket Mobile is an MVNO that uses NTT DoCoMo’s network. The feature is that it officially states that it accepts debit cards as a payment method. In addition, there is no restriction on the corresponding debit card on the Rocket Mobile side, but depending on the contract contents with the card company, there are some that can not be used, so please contact the debit card issuer when using it .
To the “rocket mobile” page of price.com
Cheap SIM using SoftBank network supports fund transfer
Y mobile “Y mobile SIM”
Y-Mobile, which uses SoftBank’s network, is also a well-known telecommunications carrier (MNO) that has its own radio license, and supports fund transfer. However, when using direct debit, it is necessary to fill in the documents obtained from the counter of the actual store or the support counter and mail it.
To “Y mobile” page of price.com
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