After thinking about it for a while, you switched with your cell phone to Very Mobile and you are also enjoying yourself, as this virtual operator can satisfy all your needs. But now you would like some more information on how to top up Very Mobile online, since you have no desire to queue at the tobacconist’s and, being a new customer, you are not yet aware of all the charging methods that the provider in question offers from a smartphone or PC. No problem, I’m here ready to clarify all the doubts you have on the matter: let’s immediately see how to recharge Very Mobile through the app and the official website of the operator, as well as through home banking and other enabled systems. It’s child’s play, don’t worry!
- Very Mobile App
- Very Mobile Site
- Home banking
- Other systems to recharge Very Mobile
Very Mobile App
The first useful solution to be able to recharge is to use theVery Mobile app, available both on Android (check on alternative stores if you have a device without Google services) and on iOS, through which you can manage different aspects of your tariff plan and obviously also make a top-up.
To install it, search for it in your device’s store, press on its icon (or connect directly to the download link I gave you a moment ago, to do first) and press the button Install / Get. On iPhone, you may be prompted for identity verification via Face ID, Touch ID or Apple ID password.
Once installation is complete, to recharge your Very Mobile SIM, all you have to do is open the app on your smartphone, log into your account (if you are on the data network, the line could be automatically recognized, otherwise you will have to register by pressing the appropriate button, entering your number and then the verification code you will receive) and go to the option Reload placed at the bottom right.
After a few seconds of waiting, the screen dedicated to recharging your SIM will be loaded where you can choose the cut of the recharge using a convenient indicator: cuts range from a minimum of 5 € to a maximum of 50 euros. Once you have chosen the refill cut you prefer, tap the button Top-up of xx euros at the bottom and from the selection menu that appears on the screen, select the payment method to use.
If you have never set up any payment method, all you have to do is press the button Add a payment method and choose between two options: Credit card (prepaid cards are fine too) or PayPal: once you have selected the method you prefer, tap the button Pay by credit card or Pay with PayPal that appears below and enter the required data.
Very Mobile Site
If you do not have your smartphone at hand you can also operate directly via a PC using the Very Mobile site, reachable from this web page. Once the Very Mobile website is open, click on the button Reload at the top and, on the next screen, enter the number to top up in the appropriate box; after that confirm the number in the appropriate box and choose the cut of the recharge (from a minimum of 5 € to a maximum of 50 euros) via the convenience indicator.
Then choose the payment method you want to use between Credit card (prepaid cards are fine too) e PayPal, enter your address e-mail (required), click the button Pay by credit card or Pay with PayPal that appears below and enter the payment information required to complete the top-up operation.
The third alternative I propose is to use your own system home banking. How do you say? Do you want to know what the connection is between home banking and a telephone top-up? Very simple, all home banking systems also integrate a convenient function to be able to make one phone top-up, therefore without the need to enter your card details on the official website of the operator, but you will do everything directly from your bank’s website.
Before continuing, however, it should be noted that not all institutions and prepaid cards could support the Very Mobile operator.
You are wondering how to top up Very Mobile Intesa Sanpaolo? Unfortunately in this case I have bad news for you: unfortunately this bank still does not support top-ups to this operator.
In any case, to be able to top up via home banking, all you have to do is go to the website or through the app of your bank and log in by entering the required data. Once logged into your personal account, from the menu at the top right click on the item Recharges. The next screen will open a screen dedicated to telephone top-ups: enter the mobile number you want to top up, choose the operator to which the SIM you want to top up belongs, in this case Very Mobile, select the amount you want to top up (in some cases the minimum amount is 15 euros and the maximum is 100 euros) and click the button Keep it going placed at the bottom.
Confirm the operation by tapping on notification arrived on your smartphone (if you use your bank’s app) or by entering the OTP code arrived via SMS. In a few seconds the operation will be completed and the recharge will be carried out on your SIM.
The same indications are also valid if you use other home banking systems or through the prepaid card apps connected to smart accounts (eg. HYPE, N26, Revolut, Illimity, Flowe and Enel X Pay; check if some of them support Very Mobile for telephone top-ups).
Even the well-known smartphone payment system Satispay (available as an app for Android and Apple devices) allows you to make phone top-ups, but at the time of writing it does not support, unfortunately, Very Mobile.
Other systems to recharge Very Mobile
How do you say? Are none of the recharging systems that I illustrated above for you? In this case I suggest you take a look at other systems to recharge Very Mobile which I will show you below.
- Sisal: you can top up your Very Mobile SIM in any Lottomatica Servizi LIS Point of Sale present throughout the national territory. To find the Lottomatica Servizi PUNTOLIS closest to you, go to this website, while to find the SisalPay point of sale closest to you, take a look at this website.
- ATM: if you want to make a Very Mobile ATM top-up all you have to do is follow the procedures I showed you previously, both through the use of the official app and through the official website of the operator.