I don't understand how "credit" relates to "recharge".
Student or Learner
My mobile phone ran out of credit. No more recharge. I am going to work on Wi-Fi.
Does this work?
I want to say that I am not going to refill it again. As you see below that the word recharge seems to mean to pay, I think.
"STC offers customers coming from Viva Bahrain and Kuwait the ability to recharge their prepaid lines using STC recharge cards."
We don't tend to use "recharge" to mean anything except "to plug into a power source and recharge the battery" when it comes to mobile phones. As far as money is concerned, we "top up" the credit.
My mobile phone has run out of credit and I'm not going to top it up. I'll use WiFi to work/I'll work over WiFi.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
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