Well to be fair if you log on via a desktop you would never know. You have to dig around in the FAQs to find an answer. You then find out you can just log on with your mobile there is no Mobile bet mobile app. to download. As is the case with so many modern bookies online the site looks much better on a phone.
But we are getting ahead of ourselves with this Mobilebetting review so let’s go back a bit. Mobilebetting are another branch of Co-Gaming Ltd out of Malta. Other members of the group are Comeon, Getlucky, Kasyno, Casinostugan and Folkeautomaten. There may be others as this group keeps expanding. So the bottom line is before you sign up find out from customer service where you stand with other accounts. Especially if you like bonuses!
First impressions of Mobilebet from a desktop are dark and dreary. Another template bookies nothing different about them at all. When you log on from a mobile the green highlights make it all work much better. As the title of the bookie suggests they seem to be focused on making the mobile version look better.
Functionality wise there are no surprises there either. Sports list on the left, fixtures and markets in the middle and betting slip and banners on the right. As there is a casino on the site it stands to reason that there will be banners for the games. In fact these are the only bits of brightness to the site. Popular bets are first then you get the Mobile live in-play then last minute bets. Mobile.com are another bookie with a cash out facility if your bottle goes. But in fairness there is nothing ghastly and nothing innovative either. Another run of the mill bookies. When it comes to the choice of sports available there are plenty to choose from. But once again if you like to punt on the nags you are out of luck.
The site does on occasion have a few hiccups with navigation and you need to reboot the page. But when you get to the fixture you want then the available markets are actually not a bad selection. Over one hundred markets on an English Premier League game puts Mobilebet firmly in the middle of the pack. As for prices they are well up there with the leading pack. Mobilebet have some good odds and on that count alone it makes up for the not so good bits.
This welcome bonus is for GB customers there are several different versions depending on where you are playing from. For the first five deposits Mobilebet will give you a 100% match bonus up to £50. Sounds good but the sting is painful. The wagering requirements are 10x the deposit and bonus ok fair enough you say but they bets made must be on a min. 3-fold multiple with combined odds of at least 3.0(decimal) all to be completed within 14 days! The second and subsequent bonuses are to be used in the casino at a rate x45 deposit and bonus amount. Not such a bonus after all.
There is a loyalty bonus in place though and at least this is something back to you with some crazy play through. Mobilebet have shop where you can redeemed the accrued points or you can have them as free bets.
There are the usual methods for deposit and withdrawal depending on where you live. The selection is not one of the best debit/credit cards and a couple of e-Wallets are not fee free for deposits and the first four withdrawals per month are? Then the charges start. The rather odd figure of £4 per withdrawal for any method after the first four s charged. This seems a bit on the grabby side of things in this day and age. That just for UK residents there are other charges depending on where you live so get in touch with the customer service department to find out. It’s not a big enough reason to avoid Mobilebet but it is annoying nevertheless. Mobilebet currently run using licenses from no less than three jurisdictions at once.
It gets a little confusing what license is for what but they have the one that counts. The UK gambling Commission is the strongest and the most respected in the game so having a license from them does matter. That’s UK residents covered for the rest of the world have the MGA looking after their interests. There is apparently a license from Curacao as well but we all know that they are not worth the virtual paper they are printed on. It is a bit odd that there are three when two would do but it is probably something to do with taxation and the company group as a whole.
There is no telephone service available where ever you live so you will not get to talk to anyone in person. This is a negative it is always better to speak in person but the live chat is pretty good and Mobilebet do answer emails reasonably quickly. The live chat is only available 12 hours a day and the emails are read 13 hours per day. The summary of this all is that Mobilebet is great if you want to make a bet on the go. It is after all Mobilebet.com. They are a bit on the tight side of things with charges for deposits and withdrawals.
Depending on where you live the rules change which is a bit old school too. They claim the site is easy to use but navigating it is a bit of a chore at times. Information has to b searched for. Changing languages for example you must scroll to the bottom of the page. Things just don’t feel instinctive. But they payout and their prices are good.