The most common way to pay for content in the Play Store is with a good old-fashioned credit card, but carrier billing is also available to many of us. It just depends on whether or not it's supported on your carrier. Starting today, the Play Store supports carrier billing on several new international carriers, including for the first time ever in Mexico.

Here are the newly supported carriers.

  • Mexico: Nextel and Iusacell
  • Slovakia: Slovak Telekom
  • Indonesia: XL/AXIS

If you charge an app, game, or anything else to your carrier account, you'll just pay for it at the end of the month in your bill. This only works on post-paid accounts, of course. In addition to the carrier billing options, Google has also added support for the Elo debit card in Brazil.