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    no money in the account

    Dear teachers,
    I have a problem with expressing one thing. Suppose I am on a phone-talk and suddenly the line or the call got cut off. Then I recharge my account and call back. In that situation, I want to say him/her that the call was cut off due to no money in the account. How would I say that?
    If I say, the call got cut off because of no balance, is it natural? Or if I say the call got cut off because of finishing money of the account, is it okay? They sound to me wrong but that is how I would say it. Please let me know how your native speaker would say it.

    Thank you.

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    Re: no money in the account

    "Sorry, I ran out of credit in the middle of our call!"
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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