Traducción de pay as you go en Español:

pay as you go

prepago, n.

Pronunciación /ˈˌpeɪ əz ju ˈɡoʊ//ˌpeɪəzjuːˈɡəʊ/


Finanzas Telecomunicaciones

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    prepago masculino
    are you on contract or pay as you go? ¿tienes un plan contratado o usas el prepago?
    • before noun a pay-as-you-go phone teléfono (con tarjeta) de prepago
    • The victims appear to be punters upgrading their phones or switching between contract and pay as you go services.
    • The program will be launched amid growing concern about the viability of Russia's pay-as-you-go pension system.
    • This is a pay-as-you-go system and will incorporate friendly credit.
    • The current pay-as-you-go system is fundamentally unsound whether or not it's in actuarial balance.
    • Software needed for this pay-as-you-go service can be ordered or downloaded free of charge.
    • Some 70 per cent of mobile phones in the UK are pay as you go, and therefore not specifically tied to an individual.
    • The company has 12.4 million customers, the vast majority of whom use pay-as-you-go services.
    • More clubs will offer pay-as-you-go pricing to their members in lieu of the usual three-year contracts.
    • This pay-as-you-go system will suit casual chatters better than heavy ones, who may prefer the unlimited landline calls offered, for a monthly fee, by rival networks.
    • Pensions can be pay as you go or pre-funded.
    • Whether that will take off in a market dominated by pay-as-you-go models is questionable.
    • In every country, those pay-as-you-go systems are heading toward total disaster.
    • The old pay-as-you-go schemes still cover about 4 million government employees, from teachers to central bank analysts.
    • You can purchase connections on an as-needed, pay-as-you-go basis.
    • The phones will be available in pay-as-you-go format.
    • Ever since, the system has run on a pay-as-you-go basis.
    • In pay-as-you-go state pension schemes, this creates a severe financial crunch.
    • But in rural areas, fewer than a quarter of households have a fixed line phone, so pay-as-you-go mobiles could be attractive.
    • Games can cost any where from free, to pay as you go, to a one time payment to subscription fees.
    • The second was to have a radically different business model - the idea that you can pay as you go.