Google Play Now Charges Music, Apps, Books And Movie Purchases Directly To Your Mobile Phone Bill

Google has this week added a new method to pay for music, applications, books and movies whilst browsing its Google Play online store from your mobile devices.

Now a variety if carriers will allow you to charge your Google Play purchases directly to your monthly phone bill. For example in the U.S. T-Mobile customers can now charge purchases from Google Play directly to mobile bill, and in Japan, DoCoMo, KDDI and Softbank customers can do the same.

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Others include, Italy Vodafone: Korea KT, SKT, LGU+ : Spain Vodafone: UK T-Mobile International, Vodafone : Germany T-Mobile International, Vodafone:

The new Direct Carrier Billing added by Google to its Google Plus online store now makes it easier for users to purchase apps and no credit card or registration is required to use the service.

Source: Engadget : Google

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