FourFour2 has launched a new app that lets you buy cheap mobile phones on a whim, and for just £5 a month.
The new app, called AliPay, is a free service that lets anyone pay for a phone with just a few clicks, as long as they don’t want to pay for the phone outright.
“There’s no cost to use the AliPay app,” a spokesperson for the firm told The Verge.
Users can also make a one-off payment using a credit or debit card, but it is not possible to pay via PayPal.
It’s not clear how many people have used the app to pay their mobile bills, but the company says it has received “over 600” payments for a range of phones, including a $60 smartphone, a $100 Samsung Galaxy S5, a Galaxy S6, and a $120 Nokia Lumia 930.
According to the company, the app is free for anyone who is signed up for a service that will allow them to pay.
Once you have downloaded the app, you will see a message that says “AliPay”.
It says the app will let you set up an AliPay credit card for a specific price, and then you can pay with that card.
A “simple, streamlined process” is used to set up your payment, which should take just a couple of minutes, according to the spokesperson.
The spokesperson also says there are no charges for AliPay payments made with Paypal, and that it does not store any information about you in the app.
You can check the current number of AliPay cards on the Ali Pay site.
There are currently over 50 AliPay products on offer, including the Samsung Galaxy A3, a £90 Nokia Lumia 1020, a Samsung Galaxy Note 7, a OnePlus 5T, a Huawei Mate 8, and Samsung Galaxy Xcover.
The company says that it has over 10 million customers, with a total spend of £3.3bn in the UK alone.