Bingo Bytes closed in February 2019.
We expect to see a lot of Cozy bingo sites closing this year and Bingo Bytes was an early casualty.
Bingo Bytes opened in May 2010 and was one of the first sites on the Live Bingo Network.
When you arrive at Bingo Bytes you’re met with a rather large logo of a bowl of spaghetti, there’s a hungry bingo ball chomping on pasta with the quote “The tastiest, juiciest bingo site around!”.
Help and support
- Live Help: can be found on the welcome page or in the ‘Contact Us’ tab.
- Tel: 02036 081 305 – lines are open 24/7.
- Email: send your query by using the online form provided. Support will reply within an hour.
- Raise a ticket: this is also an option to players who are logged into their account.
Bingo Bytes on mobile and tablet
If you love to play bingo on the go, you can access Bingo Bytes on your mobile or tablet device. No downloading required.
Access the site via mobile browser from your android or iOS mobile or tablet device and enjoy an excellent selection of the bingo and slot games. The Cozy Games technology means that even though you are not downloading an app, the site appears as excellent quality and feels like an app without it taking up space on your device.
The mobile version of the site has the same graphic style and aesthetic as the desktop version. The mobile version of the site is purposely designed to ensure that the layout is straightforward and easy to navigate.
The menu is located at the top of the screen and contains all of the content categories available on the site, such as ‘My Account’, ‘Banking’, ‘Bingo’, ‘Slots’, ‘Casino’, ‘Scratch’, ‘Promotions’ and many more, although you will have to scroll to find the bingo, slots and casino sections as they initially seem to be hidden.
You can also access to bingo games, slots, free bets, casino and scratch section directly from a homepage slider. To make a deposit or withdrawal simply go to ‘banking’ in this same slider.
The bingo rooms have load times which can take from 10 to 15 seconds to fully open. The bingo game layouts are very basic and are don’t always correctly scale to fit the screen of the device, which can lead you to tapping the wrong button. You can however play the games in portrait or landscape mode on your mobile.