Mobile operator billing

Appropriate roles: Global admin


If you're looking for support regarding payouts, including configuring payout accounts, missing payouts, putting payouts on hold, or anything else, contact Windows developer support.

The Microsoft Store offers mobile operator billing as a payment method in various countries/regions. If a customer's mobile operator supports this capability, the customer can add mobile operator billing as a payment method and use it to make Store purchases using their mobile account.


If a customer's mobile operator offers mobile operator billing, but the customer can't find this option on their device, see Buy stuff from Microsoft Store with mobile billing.

We're regularly working with mobile operators to expand the availability of this payment method. If you'd like to suggest a mobile operator that you don't see listed in the following table, contact that mobile operator, and request that they add this payment method.

Operators that support mobile operator billing

The following mobile operators currently support mobile operator billing.

Country/region Mobile operators
Austria A1 Telekom, Hutchison 3G Austria, T-Mobile / tele.ring
Belgium Base, Proximus
Canada Telus
Czechia O2, T-Mobile, Vodafone
Denmark 3, TDC / YouSee, Telenor, Telia
Finland DNA, Elisa
France Bouygues Telecom, Orange, SFR
Germany O2, Telekom Deutschland, Vodafone
Hungary Magyar Telekom, Telenor
Italy Wind Tre, Vodafone
Korea Korea Telecom, LG U+, SK Telecom
Malaysia Digi
Netherlands KPN / Telfort, Vodafone
Norway Telenor / Talk more, Telia / OneCall
Poland Orange, Play, T-Mobile
Singapore M1 Limited, StarHub
Slovakia Slovak Telekom
South Africa Vodacom
Sweden 3, Tele2, Telenor
Switzerland Sunrise, Swisscom
Taiwan FarEasTone
Turkey Turk cell
United Arab Emirates Du, Etisalat
United States Verizon
United Kingdom EE, O2, Three UK, Vodafone