Android users that have been caught out by the urge to purchase applications and then have regretted it for one reason or another, will now be able to request a Google Play refund from the Google Play Store within two hours after the initial purchase.
Google has now increased the Google Play refund time limit to a full two hours, 120 minutes or 7200 seconds and unofficially last month, but has this month now made it official, removing the previous 15 minute refund window that was implemented back in 2010.
It’s also worth noting that Android users can only receive a refund on a particular game or application once. Read the notification below for full details on the new Google Play Refund window and some of the conditions of use.
For more information on the new Google Play Refund time jump over to the Google Play Store support website for details and full terms and conditions.
“If the two-hour refund window has not yet passed, Open and Refund buttons will be displayed. If a Refund button is not displayed, your purchase is not eligible for return.”
Source: Phone Arena
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