Translation of pay-as-you-go in Spanish:
noununcountable (Finance, Telecom)
- are you on contract or pay-as-you-go?a pay-as-you-go phone¿tienes un plan contratado o usas el prepago?teléfono (masculine) (con tarjeta) de prepagoExample sentences
- The program will be launched amid growing concern about the viability of Russia's pay-as-you-go pension system.
- The company has 12.4 million customers, the vast majority of whom use pay-as-you-go services.
- The victims appear to be punters upgrading their phones or switching between contract and pay as you go services.
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