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Top Up

1. Informal, to refill, especially when the thing being refilled is not completely empty. The term is chiefly British.

2. See: Top Up Investing.
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sQuid, the electronic payments provider today announced the launch of online top ups and cashless catering at St Patrick's Academy in Dungannon, Northern Ireland.
That's why some are now planning to introduce amp surcharge to every top up, according to Hunt.
Members of the Halifax also need to top up qualifying accounts by Monday, February 24.
Anyone wanting to top up the cell phones of friends and family who are Smart or Sun customers can currently try the service for free, including free call time, at www.
Only half of parents plan to top up their offspring's Child Trust Fund, with nearly two-thirds paying in less than pounds 200 a year, according to new figures.
Many shoppers top up Pay as You Go cards using PayPoint or Payzone terminals and T-Mobile's plans would hit all those transactions.
The service includes a one-time allocation of emergency credit (debt on the Ultra account) in the amount of BAM 2 for an active Ultra user who, because of a natural disaster, cannot top up his/her Ultra account in the normal way.