Already a staple in the mobile devices world, carrier billing lets you add app and content charges directly to your wireless bill. And now it’s coming to Xbox One.
Or, it is if you live in certain countries and are a customer of certain mobile carriers.
“Operator Billing, it’s one of the most popular payment methods around the world because it doesn’t require a credit card,” Microsoft’s Will Tuttle explains. “We offer Mobile Operator Billing on Xbox to make buying your next favorite game easier and safer than ever.”
Well, now they do: Microsoft offers carrier billing on the following carriers in the following countries:
Finland. DNA and Elisa
If you live in one of these countries and use a partnering wireless carrier, you can add carrier billing as a payment method the next time you make a purchase from the console: Just choose “Buy,” “Add a new payment method,” and then “Mobile phone.” You can also do this from the Xbox app on Windows 10, Android, or iOS.
Not on the list? Microsoft says it will be adding more carrier partners “in the future.”