The international online sportsbook NetBet has added Apple Pay as a payment option for French players giving locals another top-notch method for deposits and withdrawals. iOS users have a quick and secure way for payments with NetBet France, as Apple Pay is the in-house wallet of the American technological colossus. Widely considered one of the best banking options available, it has multiple layers of securing players' funds like Face ID and Touch ID.
Ana Stef, Head of Payments at NetBet France, stated: ''Apple Pay is a state-of-the-art payment service that we are excited to bring to our many customers here at NetBet France. Not only will our existing players benefit from this new option, but it will attract a broader range of Apple users to our platform where they can enjoy hundreds of casino games.''
The French betting market is undergoing a rebound after the pandemic and is poised to hit pre-covid levels. Since more and more online bettors opt to use smartphones to wager, NetBet aims to attract new players who love Apple products. The flexibility and convenience offered by Apple Pay are unparalleled, making mobile betting instant.
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- More than 35 sports
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- Alternative handicaps in basket
- 170+ football markets
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- Android/iOS apps
- 20+ payment options
For years, NetBet had been considered a casino-minded website. However, in the last 2-3 years it has improved the sports betting offering dramatically. Besides already holding a UKGC and MGA license, it has expanded in many regulated markets, like Italy, the UΚ and Romania. Product-wise, I love the overall offering, but that does not mean that I haven’t spotted things that have to be improved. I enjoy the competitive pre-match odds on the top leagues. In the EPL, they are better than Bet365’s, but they are worse than Bwin’s in the German Bundesliga. The introduction of features like Add2Bet, Bet Maker, and SnapBet are exciting, and the same applies to the addition of the Live Streaming service. The multitude of payment methods is also vital, but the fees on withdrawals on any amount over €500 is a setback. The slow withdrawals, the low odds on the in-play section and the fact that Customer Support is not available 24/7 have to change asap. Overall, NetBet is a safe betting place and definitely one of the top destinations for European bettors.