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Google Play Carrier Billing Expands To Vodafone In The UK And Italy, Sunrise In Switzerland, And More

Google Play supports all manner of payment options these days, but for many, carrier billing is still the easiest. You don't have to input any payment details or log into an external account. You just buy things and pay for them on your monthly bill. However, it requires carrier support. Customers on five more carriers will have the option now, according to Google's support site.

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Google Play Carrier Billing Comes To Vodafone In Germany And Tele2 In Russia

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New Google Play Carrier Billing Options Pop Up In Italy, Malaysia, Russia, And South Africa

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Google Play Carrier Billing Launches In Finland On DNA's Network

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Google Adds Play Store Carrier Billing For Carriers In Denmark, Saudi Arabia, And More

Not everyone wants to attach a credit card to their Google Play billing, and that's fine. There are other ways to buy content from your phone, like carrier billing for example. This system is quite convenient if your carrier supports it, but that's often not the case internationally. Google has updated its support pages today with five more supported carriers around the world.

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Play Store Adds Additional International Carrier Billing Options In Mexico, Slovakia, And More

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Google Play Adds Carrier Billing To 3 Operators in Taiwan And Appropriately Renames The Networks In Its Support Page

A new update to Google Play's "Accepted Payment Methods" page has revealed a lot of changes to the direct billing section. First and foremost is the addition of 3 new carriers in Taiwan: Chunghwa Telecom, the country's leading operator with over 11M subscribers (according to Wikipedia), as well as Asia Pacific Telecom and T Star, the fourth and fifth ranked operators, respectively. These join previously supported Taiwan Mobile and FarEasTone Telecom, which have the second and third largest subscriber base in Taiwan.

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Google Play Store Carrier Billing Goes Live For New Operators In France, Hungary, Indonesia, Slovakia, And Taiwan

Direct carrier billing is one of the most convenient ways to buy apps and content from the Play Store. Instead of making sure you have a valid credit or debit card or trying to find gift cards or setting up a Paypal account, you can simply have the purchase amount billed with your regular mobile service.

In today's round of new carrier additions on the Google Play support pages we find the French company Free, Hungarian TMI (Magyar Telekom), Indonesian Telkomsel, Slovakian PPF (O2), and Taiwanese Taiwan Mobile.

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Giant Saudi Arabia-Based Telecom STC Now Supports Play Store Carrier Billing

STC, the largest telecommunications company in Saudi Arabia (with well over 100 million subscribers across various Arab states), has launched support for Play Store carrier billing. Now people in the region can pay for goods by adding the fee to their next bill, rather than keeping a credit card on file. Customers can find the feature highlighted directly on the carrier's site.

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You can access carrier billing by going to purchase an app and, when the payment window pops up, changing the method.

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Indosat, One Of Indonesia's Largest Mobile Operators, Adds Google Play Carrier Billing Support [Updated]

Update: Here are better screenshots a reader has sent us.

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Indosat, update: one of the largest mobile carriers in Indonesia, appears to have added support for Play Store billing. This means that subscribers throughout the world's fourth most populated country should be able to pay for Google Play content by adding the fees to their monthly bills.

Indonesia has not yet appeared on Google's list of supported carriers, but the carrier has provided information on its own website.

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