If you’re new to the world of playing slots on your mobile phone, getting started can be quite intimidating.

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How do you go about finding a mobile casino? How do you get the slot game to your phone? Will you be charged for playing? Questions like these put a lot of people off, but the truth is that mobile slots are easy for anyone to get started with.

In this article we’re going to explain in very simple terms how you can be playing your first mobile slot.

Step 1: Find a decent mobile casino

There are at least 40 different mobile casinos to choose from, some good, some not so good. We have reviewed all of them on mobilejackpots, so have a look around our site for one that takes your fancy. A great choice to get started with would be mBet’s Happy Fruits or mFortune’s Fruit Machine.

Simply choose your game, enter your mobile number and press download.

Step 2: Download & Register

The mobile casino will now send a text message to your phone. Inside this message will be a link. Open the link to start downloading the game that you chose. This may cost you a few pennies in internet charges. Once downloaded, the game will install itself on your phone. You won’t have to download it again (unless you delete it, of course). Now open the game. You’ll be be asked to register, so just type in your details.

Step 3: Deposit to spin & win

Right, so you’re all registered & eager to get start your very first session of a mobile slot. Like online casinos, mobile slots come with some free money. Happy Fruits comes with £10, for example.

So use the free credit to get a feel for the game. Once you’re happy with the game, you have the option of depositing funds into your account. This can be done in a variety of ways depending on the casino you’re playing on. All casinos and slots let you deposit by credit or debit card. Some like mFortune let you deposit on your phone bill. Once you’ve deposited, you’re ready to spin & win!

That’s it! You’re now on your way to being a mobile slots jackpot winner, like thousands of others around the UK.