Carrier billing now available for Books, Movies, and Music


Google’s announced that carrier billing has now been extended to more types of content in the Google Play Store. The feature was previously available for apps and games, but books, movies, and music still required a credit to purchase things. Welp, for those who are on carriers that support the feature you can now charge any of those purchases to your monthly phone bill. Verizon’s still not on the list of supported carriers, and the worldwide list isn’t all that big itself. But if you have a carrier who supports this grossly convenient feature, rejoice and go enjoy not having to pay for stuff until your bill is due! [Google via Google+]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Nice job T-Mobile! Thanks

  2. I have T-Mobile but it still doesnt let me, is there something I have to do?

  3. At&t not showing the option for music, books or movies. Just apps.

  4. Damn you T-Mobile… I spent 20 dollars just today buying all kind of stuff grrr… Lol

  5. Virgin mobile does not show either. Maybe because of being an prepaid plans. I have money sitting in the balance usually if they allowed the billing, just like if I was buying something directly from VMO

  6. C’mon Verizon! This is a no-brainer.

    1. Verizon still seems to think people want to buy their VZ crap.

  7. CHEAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!! I am pumped. Thanks GOOGLE/SPRINT!!!!!!!

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