Using different credit card to your iTunes a/c

RossoA

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Original poster
Aug 29, 2007
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Horsham, UK
Hi there, when I buy my iPhone next week, I want to use my credit card to set up the direct debit, for monthly payments, but I use a different card with my UK iTunes account.

Also, I have a US iTunes account which I normally use.

Will there be any problems?
 

redgaz26

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Mar 6, 2007
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Glasgow
Hi there, when I buy my iPhone next week, I want to use my credit card to set up the direct debit, for monthly payments, but I use a different card with my UK iTunes account.

Also, I have a US iTunes account which I normally use.

Will there be any problems?

how can you have a US itunes account??
 

zed2

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Jul 17, 2004
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Bucks
just need a US bank account.. I have one too :).. very handy for buying/downloading all the itunes videos that aren't released to the UK itunes store!
 

powerbook911

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Mar 15, 2005
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RossoA - I doubt you will have any problem because it will be O2 who charges you. Do you guys have to use credit cards to pay in the UK for mobile service?

In the US, you don't even give AT&T through iTunes a credit card number because they send you a bill every month, so credit card or debit aren't the only options to pay.

However, even if O2 requires credit card, I'd imagine you'll enter a separate number of whatever you want inside iTunes, for that.

I don't see you having any problems.
 
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