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Here's a relatively short explanation. First off, you would have to pay up to twice the amount of credit card payment for DE to get their share out of it. This is because of phone companies taking anywhere from 30 to 80 percent of the money paid. There are also very specific laws in different countries about what products may be paid by phone among others. SMS payments also seem to be somewhat unreliable. If the client paid for their product but didn't get a confirmation code for it, there's not much that can be done about it. That's really bad for the guy who paid.


The bottom line is that while it is possible, it's probably too much work to get it done at this point and the support department wouldn't like it at all.


All of this comes from years of personal experience with four different SMS payment services, and from reading a bunch of SMS payment restrictions for countries.

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