Official Google Play Twitter Page Confirms Verizon Wireless Carrier Billing Coming To Play Store


Good news for those that don’t like all the hassle that comes with purchasing apps from the Google Play Store using one of those boring old credit cards. The official Google Play Twitter confirmed today that carrier billing will be finally be making its way to Verizon Wireless. That means Verizon customers will soon find themselves joining illustrious group of Sprint and T-Mobile’s elite customers who’ve been enjoying the many benefits of throwing apps directly on top of their already high monthly cellphone bill. I understand that this is a great option for those without poor or no credit, but honestly — how many people actually take advantage of it? Either way, options are good and with Android, we have plenty of them.

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. I’m sure Verizon will figure out a way to add a surcharge

    1. “Handling fee” .. “Processing Fee” .. yeah, they’ll come up with something.

  2. ” I understand that this is a great option for those without poor or no credit ”

    Huh… Say what. ;)

  3. I’ll use this for sure…since my company pays my cell bill! Time to try out some new games.

    1. Ahhhhhh.. I knew there had to be other reasons for people to want this feature. Lucky.. :p

  4. Not just Sprint & T-Mobile – AT&T’s had carrier billing for a while now too.

  5. I just be using my debit card.

  6. Already hooked up with Google play store just added my card.
    Glad I’m with Verizon not Sprint any more but they block wallet so I’m not in a hurry to use them to pay for other stuff

  7. Why can’t people between the ages of 13 and 18 purchase apps on Google Play? I thought that was what the gift cards were for.

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