A reader asked me recently how to pay my phone bill at a mobile service provider without paying for a credit or debit card.

I’ve seen several different solutions, and none of them really work.

I tried the following three approaches: A) pay with a credit/debit card.

This is a very effective solution that has worked for me so far, but it is a little more complicated than it should be.

B) pay using a prepaid credit card.

While this method is a lot easier than using a credit (or debit) card, it’s not free.

C) pay by phone.

The easiest and most secure way to pay for a phone bill using a phone is with a prepaid phone card.

You’ll pay the same rate as a credit and debit card payment.

This way, you’re not paying more than you would if you had to pay with cash or credit.

When you call a prepaid telephone company to cancel or change a service, the call is billed directly to your phone, and you don’t need to send a bill.

You can also call the number listed on the bill, and the person on the other end will take your request and contact you directly.

If the person doesn’t call you back, you can use the free mobile app on your phone to pay the bill with your phone number.

Finally, you’ll need to register the phone number with your provider and make a credit reference.

This process is easy and free.

If you want to pay using cash, you need to pay in full each time.

To use a prepaid card, you must register the card with the card issuer.

You can also set up a separate payment method for your prepaid phone.

This will help you track payments and keep track of payments.

If you can’t pay by telephone, there are other ways to pay.

For instance, you could pay with the mobile phone operator’s loyalty program, and then switch to the phone company’s loyalty plan.

The phone company will credit your account with the amount of the loyalty program when you call or use the phone.

For example, if you have a $5,000 phone bill and you’re using the phone’s loyalty system, the phone operator will add the $5 you paid to your account, and it’ll be credited to your loyalty account at the end of the month.

This can help you pay a little faster.

You also have the option of using a cashier at the store, where you pay cash and are given a receipt.