Last Updated: Mar 01,2013
Does anyone Knows If I Can Use Paypal Account To Pay For A Game At Playstore..?!
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Accepted payment methods
All purchases for Android apps on Google Play can be made either using a credit/debit card on Google Wallet or, if available, by billing to your mobile carrier.
Buying with a credit/debit card
You can purchase Android apps in U.S. dollars using any credit, debit or gift card with the following logos:
If youre buying an app in a currency other than U.S. dollars, you can make purchases on Google Wallet using any credit, debit or gift card with the following logos:
Billing to your mobile carrier
The option to bill to your carrier is available on some Android devices and service plans. To find out whether you can use carrier billing on Google Play, please contact your mobile service provider - theyll also be able to provide you with details on:
Provisioning your device for use with carrier billing
Spending limits for carrier billing purchases on Google Play
Google Play currently provides the following carrier billing options in the countries listed below:
Country Carriers Currency
Australia Telstra AUD
Germany T-Mobile International, o2, Vodafone EUR
France SFR EUR
Sweden Telenor EUR
Italy Vodafone EUR
Japan Docomo, KDDI, Softbank JPY
Korea KT, SKT, LGU+ KRW
Norway Telenor NOK
Russia Beeline RUB
Spain Vodafone, Movistar EUR
UK T-Mobile International, Vodafone GBP
US AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon USD
Additional details on carrier billing.
Note that some gift cards or prepaid cards (with Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover logos) may not be used to purchase digital goods. If youre having trouble making a purchase on Google Play with a gift/prepaid card, contact the entity that issued the card to ensure that its enabled for use to purchase digital goods.
Read more about Google Play gift cards and Google Play balance.
Other payment types
Google Wallet, and thus Google Play, does not accept wire transfers/bank transfers or payments via Western Union/Money Gram, nor does it use any escrow type of payment.
Also, at this time, PayPal is not an available payment option on Google Play for any type of content (apps, in-apps, books, movies or music).
If you have a debit Paypal card you can use it. I have used my card for many purchases on the Play store.
I didnt know you could get paypal cards.. thats pretty cool :thumbup:
Neither do i
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