I am very new in Russian language. I would like to know the meaning of the following sentence:

Вот 89603408610 билайн наличные мне кинь на баланс.


  • 4
    It is a common scam. Don't reply. Don't send any money.
    – jfs
    Oct 10 '15 at 14:32
  • Yes, I think so. At first, they talk like normal people. After some time, they ask money to me. Thank you for your advice. Oct 11 '15 at 6:57

I can only interpret it as an order or command (due to absence of any terms of politeness) to add funds to a particular phone (identified by the number) on a particular cellular carrier ("билайн").

Literally translated it would be

Here it is: NNNNN on "билайн", drop some cash for me on that account.

The punctuation is probably omitted for brevity ("txtspk").

  • Dear friend, thank you for your kind reply. I fully understood about the sentence. Oct 10 '15 at 11:45
  • @user907860, I am also new to this site. I just found the 'accept button' left side. I did it. Thank you. Oct 11 '15 at 6:38

It is improper, broken Russian, probably because it is an SMS text.

Билайн is a Russian mobile phone company. 89603408610 is probably a phone number. One asks or requests to add money to his phone account.


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