Sprint enables carrier billing for all Google Play content
Sprint customers will find that they now have the option to pay for all content in Google Play through their monthly wireless bill. Joining apps and games, subscribers can now purchase movies, e-books, and music and add it to their next statement.
The move is a welcome one for those who don’t have a credit card to use on a regular basis or those who don’t want to risk incurring interest rates. Google recently expanded the Play storefront’s carrier billing capabilities, announcing similar content billing partnerships with T-Mobile USA and a few international providers.
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