kupić doładowanie do telefonu

Discussion in 'Polski (Polish)' started by wolfbm1, Oct 21, 2013.

  1. wolfbm1 Senior Member

    Poland
    Polish
    Witam.

    W sklepie Orange moge kupić doładowanie do telefonu komórkowego.
    In an Orange store I can buy .......... for my mobile phone.

    1. a top-up voucher ?
    2. a recharge voucher ?
    Nie jestem pewien jak to poprawnie powiedzieć.
     
  2. głupi Junior Member

    English - UK
    "A top-up voucher" :tick: (przynajmniej w UK).

    Wydaje mi się bardziej naturalne jednak: "I can top-up my mobile in/at an Orange store".
     
  3. Thomas1

    Thomas1 Senior Member

    polszczyzna warszawska
  4. wolfbm1 Senior Member

    Poland
    Polish
    Thank you very much. :)
     
  5. głupi Junior Member

    English - UK
    W Anglie nie używamy "refill" w tym kontekscie. It sounds kind of weird to me. Definitely "top up" here.
     
  6. BezierCurve Senior Member

    Tutaj podobnie.
     
  7. DW

    DW Senior Member

    Polish
    In AmE you don't top up your phone. You can recharge your phone.
     
  8. wolfbm1 Senior Member

    Poland
    Polish
    So, the phrase 'a phone top-up' is not an American thing. :)
    Jak brzmi to zdanie:
    In an Orange store I can buy a recharge for zl 25. (I mean for a cell phone.)
     
  9. NotNow Senior Member

    English
    In the U.S., we call them prepaid refill cards or prepaid reload cards. Prepaid is the important word here.
     
  10. wolfbm1 Senior Member

    Poland
    Polish
    Could I leave out the word card and say: I can get a prepaid reload/refill for zl 25?
     
  11. Thomas1

    Thomas1 Senior Member

    polszczyzna warszawska
  12. NotNow Senior Member

    English
    It would be better to leave out reload/refill. People usually say, I can get a prepaid card for my phone for zl 25.
     
  13. Thomas1

    Thomas1 Senior Member

    polszczyzna warszawska
    NotNow, how about 'refill' as a verb:
    I can refill my phone/account for 25 zl.
    ?
     
  14. NotNow Senior Member

    English
    I have never heard anything like that. People usually talk about buying a card or adding minutes.
     

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