PPS 6180 is a mobile code that indicates when a customer’s balance has reached $0. This code appears next to prepaid accounts.
A prepaid phone, also known as a pay-as-you-go phone, pay-as-you-talk phone, or pay-and-go phone, is a cellphone that can be used once a credit for a specific period of time is acquired from a mobile phone service provider. The quantity of credit purchased determines how much cellular access is provided. When the user reaches the credit limit, the mobile phone service provider will suspend service until more credit is purchased. When the user’s account is depleted of credit, the mobile phone service provider will play a recording with the PPS 6180 code contained in it.
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