Kilkis wrote: I don't know if it works with a debit card. Not sure if it works the same with Cosmote.
altohb wrote:Kilkis wrote: I don't know if it works with a debit card. Not sure if it works the same with Cosmote.
It certainly works with a Greek debit card - that's how I top up most of the time.
alansmithnl wrote:...Mixos, I don't have an account specifically with any supplier (although my two present sim cards are Vodafone ...
alansmithnl wrote:...Incidentally, does that mean even if I don't use it, I have to top up every three months with €5?...
alansmithnl wrote:...I won't be using a credit or Debit card, just a direct payment if possible...
Many years ago now I had a SIM 'de-activated' by a UK company simply because the phone hadn't been used despite there being credit on it up to the deactivation date. I think the 'no use' period was 12 months. The action couldn't be reversed as deactivated numbers were added to a list for reallocation to new subscribers. A two seconds call or a top-up or even an incoming call would have prevented deactivation.Kilkis wrote:I am sure that if the SIM is left for a long period of time with no credit and no usage it will expire but I don't know how long that is.
altohb wrote:For UK Vodafone SIMs it is 3 months - I imagine it is the same for Greek SIMs
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