Gone Bingo Review - Mobile Bingo Reviews
Gone Bingo is one of many brands from Cozy Games that has a mobile offering and landing at the site for the first time you will see that the home page, although featuring a single button for bingo, has an abundance of slots and scratch cards to offer too. Registration takes just seconds to complete but if you already have an online account, you can use these details to play Gone Bingo on your mobile device.
Gone Bingo advertise £20 free from their mobile home page yet their banners advertised £15 free. It was the latter we received upon verifying our account through the link sent in a welcome email.
The lobby of Gone Bingo lists the rooms available and this brand offers three different variants of the game, 75, 80 and 90 ball. From the lobby you can see the game type, number of players and the Progressive Jackpot on offer. There is also a top navigation menu for Games, Banking, Promos, Withdraw and Logs.
Our review of Gone Bingo was compiled on an iPad using a login we had for the online site that already had bonus funds in. We had issues getting into any room with an error that said “Cannot Open Page. Could not connect to the server”. Waiting a few seconds saw the room finally load and then it was simply a case of buying tickets and waiting for the next game.
Chat would not load for us either so we could not review this feature of the site; we received the same message as originally shown when trying to enter the bingo games.
Gone Bingo accept several different payment methods should you choose to deposit at the site – credit/debit cards, Ukash, Moneybookers (Skrill), Paysafecard and Neteller and the minimum deposit allowed is £10.
Compared with other mobile bingo brands available today Gone Bingo doesn’t work too well on the iPad. We continually had issues with rooms loading, couldn’t access chat and the space available on the screen was not utilised to it’s fullest potential. We tried the games on our iPhone and experienced the same issues. We haven't yet tested Gone Bingo an Android or a Blackberry to see if these problems persisted on a different device.
Gone Bingo Pluses
The below pluses are the positive points about Gone that make it a site worthy of your time and attention.
- No deposit welcome bonus offered.
- Multiple different funding methods available
Gone Bingo Minuses
The below minuses are things Gone need to work on to improve their service to bingo players. If you're not happy with the site's issues, vote with your feet and play elsewhere.
- Issues with rooms loading; everything took an age even with a WiFi connection.
- Chat did not load at all.
- No FAQ section about deposits and withdrawals available on mobile devices.
Gone Bingo Bonuses
New players to Gone Bingo are offered an advertised £15 free play bonus at registration.
T&C's apply - New players only. Bonus given on addition of credit/debit card details. Wagering of 8x bonus on bingo or 20x in slots.
A first deposit with the brand earns a 400% cash match bonus.
T&C's apply - New players only. Minimum deposit required is £10. Wagering required of 4x bonus + deposit on bingo, 10x deposit + bonus on slots.
Visit Gone: Claim your new player bonus.
Gone Bingo works with the following platforms: Android, Blackberry, iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and WAP. Visit the site for a full list of the compatible devices.
Gone Bingo Software, Network And Company
Gone Bingo Mobile is powered by Cozy Games software developed for mobile devices. One of the rooms is networked on the Best Bingo Network whilst the others are standalone. The company behind Gone Bingo is Chelbis.
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If you have any issues with your time at Gone Bingo, you can contact the support department via the following methods:
- By Web Form under the "Support" Section
- Email: email@example.com
As your mobile number is not required to register with Gone Bingo then you will not receive text messages from this brand.
Gone Bingo Licensing And Complaints
Gone Bingo is licensed in Malta. Details on the licensing body and how to complain can be found at the licensing body's website - www.lga.org.mt
By: Nickie Shute