Paying without a Bill

You can pay your bill at a docomo Shop even if you have left your bill at home or do not have your bill with you for any other reason. You can also use NTT Finance Web Billing to pay using i-mode or your PC.

  • Please bring identification when paying your bill at a docomo Shop.
  • This service is available from Web Billing provided by NTT FINANCE. It is not available from My docomo.
  • A separate application to NTT FINANCE is required to use Web Billing. Please check the NTT FINANCE website for details.

Method 1: Payment by Credit Card (pay-as-you-go)

You can pay by credit card via i-mode or a PC.

Requirements

This method is for subscribers who pay their monthly DOCOMO usage charges by bill and use a credit card.

  • You can only pay the charges for your own line (in the case of single billing, only payment from the representative line is possible).
  • Service may be delayed or suspended due to system maintenance, malfunctions, etc.

Credit cards accepted

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  • In addition, any credit card with the VISA or MasterCard mark on it is accepted.

Details

You can pay from Web Billing provided by NTT FINANCE.

Payment by Credit Card (pay-as-you-go)

  • If credit card payment is not approved according to, for example, the terms of the credit card company, credit card payment may not be possible.
  • If credit card payment is cancelled by the credit card company after the payment is approved, regardless of the reason, credit card payment will be cancelled and NTT FINANCE may bill the subscriber.
  • A separate application is required to pay usage charges by credit card monthly on a continuous basis. You can apply via docomo Online Application (docomo Online Application) or at a docomo Shop. (Please see Paying by Credit Card (Periodic Credit) [in Japanese only] for details.)
  • Please dispose of the bill for charges paid with this service.

Method 2: Payment by Internet Banking (Pay-easy)

You can pay by Internet banking via a PC.

Fees

Free

Hours

24 hours*1

  1. This service may not be able to be used at certain hours depending on the financial institution. For usage conditions and other details, please contact the corresponding financial institution.

Requirements

This method is for subscribers who pay their monthly DOCOMO usage charges by bill and use the Internet banking service of a financial institution that supports this service (the number of financial institutions that support this service will increase gradually).

  • You can only pay the charges for your own line (in the case of single billing, only payment from the representative line is possible).
  • In the case of single billing, the Confirm status of payments (Confirm status of payments) screen is only available from the representative line.
  • Service may be delayed or suspended due to system maintenance, malfunctions, etc.

Financial Institutions

As of April 1, 2019

Table of available financial institutions
Financial Institutions
Mizuho Bank, MUFG Bank, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, Resona Bank, Saitama Resona Bank, The Hokkaido Bank, The Aomori Bank, The Michinoku Bank, The Akita Bank, HOKUTO BANK, The Shonai Bank, The Bank of Iwate, The Tohoku Bank, The 77 Bank, The Toho Bank, The Gunma Bank, The Ashikaga Bank, The Joyo Bank, Tsukuba Bank, The Musashino Bank, The Chiba Bank, The Chiba Kogyo Bank, Kiraboshi Bank, The Bank of Yokohama, The Daishi Bank, The Hokuetsu Bank, The Yamanashi Chuo Bank, The Hachijuni Bank, The Hokuriku Bank, The Bank of Toyama, The Hokkoku Bank, The Fukui Bank, The Shizuoka Bank, The Suruga Bank, The Shimizu Bank, The Ogaki kyoritsu Bank, The Juroku Bank, The Mie Bank, The Hyakugo Bank, The Shiga Bank, The Bank of Kyoto, Kansai Mirai Bank, The Senshu Ikeda Bank, The Nanto Bank, The Kiyo Bank, The Tajima Bank, The Tottori Bank, The San-in Godo Bank, The Chugoku Bank, The Hiroshima Bank, The Yamaguchi Bank, The Awa Bank, The Hyakujushi Bank, The Iyo Bank, The Shikoku Bank, The Bank of Fukuoka, The Chikuho Bank, The Bank of Saga, The Eighteenth Bank, The Shinwa Bank, The Higo Bank, THE OITA BANK, The Kagoshima Bank, Bank of The Ryukyus, The Bank of Okinawa, The Nishi-Nippon City Bank, The Kitakyushu Bank, North Pacific Bank, The Kita-Nippon Bank, The Daito Bank, THE TOWA BANK, The Tochigi Bank, The Keiyo Bank, The Tokyo Star Bank, The Taiko Bank, Nagano Bank, FIRST BANK OF TOYAMA, The Fukuho Bank, The Shizuoka Chuo Bank, The Aichi Bank, THE BANK OF NAGOYA, The Chukyo Bank, THE DAISAN BANK, THE MINATO BANK, The Shimane Bank, TOMATO BANK, Momiji Bank, The Tokushima Bank, The Kagawa Bank, THE EHIME BANK, The Fukuoka Chuo Bank, THE BANK OF NAGASAKI, The Kumamoto Bank, The Miyazaki Taiyo Bank, MINAMI NIPPON BANK, The Japan Net Bank, Rakuten Bank, shinkin banks (except for some), credit associations (except for some), labour banks, agricultural cooperatives (except for some), fishermen's cooperatives, Japan Post Bank

Payment Options

You can pay from Web Billing provided by NTT FINANCE.

Method 3: Payment by Mobile Banking (Pay-easy)

You can pay by mobile banking via i-mode.

Fees

Free*2

  1. Separate packet communications charges apply for operation from the screen of a website operated by a financial institution that supports this service.

Hours

24 hours*3

  1. This service may not be able to be used at certain hours depending on the financial institution. For usage conditions and other details, please contact the corresponding financial institution.

Requirements

This method is for i-mode subscribers who pay their monthly DOCOMO usage charges by bill and use the mobile banking service of a financial institution that supports this service (the number of financial institutions that support this service will increase gradually).

  • You can only pay the charges for your own line (in the case of single billing, only payment from the representative line is possible).
  • In the case of single billing, the Confirm status of payments (Confirm status of payments) screen is only available from the representative line.
  • Service may be delayed or suspended due to system maintenance, malfunctions, etc.

Financial Institutions

As of April 1, 2019

Table of available financial institutions
Financial Institutions
Mizuho Bank, MUFG Bank, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, Resona Bank, Saitama Resona Bank, The Hokkaido Bank, The Aomori Bank, The Akita Bank, The Shonai Bank, The Bank of Iwate, The Tohoku Bank, The Gunma Bank, The Ashikaga Bank, The Joyo Bank, Tsukuba Bank, The Musashino Bank, The Chiba Bank, Kiraboshi Bank, The Bank of Yokohama, The Daishi Bank, The Hokuetsu Bank, The Yamanashi Chuo Bank, The Hachijuni Bank, The Bank of Toyama, The Fukui Bank, The Shizuoka Bank, The Suruga Bank, The Ogaki kyoritsu Bank, The Juroku Bank, The Bank of Kyoto, Kansai Mirai Bank, The Senshu Ikeda Bank, The Nanto Bank, The Kiyo Bank, The Tajima Bank, The Tottori Bank, The San-In Godo Bank, The Chugoku Bank, The Hiroshima Bank, The Yamaguchi Bank, The Awa Bank, The Hyakujushi Bank, The Iyo Bank, The Shikoku Bank, The Bank of Fukuoka, The Chikuho Bank, The Bank of Saga, The Eighteenth Bank, The Shinwa Bank, The Higo Bank, THE OITA BANK, The Kagoshima Bank, Bank of The Ryukyus, The Nishi-Nippon City Bank, The Kitakyushu Bank, North Pacific Bank, The Kita-Nippon Bank, THE TOWA BANK, The Tochigi Bank, The Keiyo Bank, Nagano Bank, The Aichi Bank, THE BANK OF NAGOYA, The Chukyo Bank, THE DAISAN BANK, THE MINATO BANK, The Shimane Bank, TOMATO BANK, Momiji Bank, The Tokushima Bank, The Kagawa Bank, The Fukuoka Chuo Bank, THE BANK OF NAGASAKI, The Kumamoto Bank, The Miyazaki Taiyo Bank, MINAMI NIPPON BANK, Rakuten Bank, shinkin banks (except for some), credit associations (except for some), labour banks, agricultural cooperatives (except for some), fishermen's cooperatives, Japan Post Bank

Payment Options

You can pay from Web Billing provided by NTT FINANCE.

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