Paying your cell phone bill or topping up your airtime minutes is easy and convenient when you use your local Money Services.
If you have a contract with a cell phone provider, you can stop by at Money Services to pay the bill. If you use prepaid cards or a rolling service to top up your minutes or pay your cell phone bill, we can help you there too – just visit your nearest payment center and we’ll be glad to help out.
Why use Money Services for cell phone bills and top-ups?
If you stop by Money Services to pay your cell phone bill or top up your balance, you’ll enjoy a number of benefits.
- We’re open evenings and weekends
- Pay your bill or top up airtime minutes while you shop
We’re a low-cost choice
- We offer everyday discounts with your Shopper’s Card
- Save more with digital coupons
How to pay your cell phone bill or top up your airtime minutes
It’s easy to pay your cell phone bill – or get airtime minutes – with Money Services.
What you’ll need
To pay your cell phone bill, just bring along a copy of your bill stub, your account number, and the cash to pay the bill and cover the fee.
Who can you pay?
Money Services can help you pay your cell phone bill with a range of different providers, including:
- C Spire Wireless
- Pay Tel Communications
Don't see the biller you need?
If you can’t see your carrier on our Biller A-Z, pay us a visit and ask one of our friendly Money Services associates in-store.
Reducing your cell phone bill
Want to spend less on your cell phone? Try out our ten top tips to help lower your next payment:
Check to see if you’re on the right price plan. If you always use more — or far fewer — minutes and data than your plan allows, think about switching to a new deal.
Look into changing your carrier. Shop around for another deal from a different provider.
Cut your text messages and use WhatsApp or Nimbuzz instead.
Use an online calling service such as Skype or Viber.
Keep your data use in check. Download an app to track your usage and compress the data you use.
Look into local-only plans if you don’t make long distance calls.
Go contract-free or prepaid. Contract-free means you still pay a monthly bill, but don’t have to sign up long-term, while prepaid services enable you to pay just for the minutes you use.
See if it’s possible to use the same carrier as your friends and family – calls to the same network can be cheaper.
Check your insurance costs. You might be able to switch to a basic package to reduce the cost.
Hang on to your cell phone for longer – just because an upgrade is available, it doesn’t mean you have to pay more for it right away.
Payments powered by
- Western Union
- Fidelity Express
- Money Gram
This retailer is an authorized delegate of CheckFreePay Corporation, Fidelity Express, Firstech and Western Union pursuant to Chapter 151 of the Texas Finance Code, Subchapter E, Conduct of Money Transmission Business.