Google Play through Amazon Pay is looking to enable the option to purchase recharge codes. This new option is visible to some users on the desktop site; However, it is not for everyone right now. Amazon may test the new option with a smaller set of users before it rolls out widely for everyone. This ability to purchase Google Play recharge codes has been available for a while now on sites like Freecharge, Paytm, and MobiKwik.
some Adventuress Users in india now watching Google play Recharge option On amazon Section. This new option only appears on the website, and is not yet live on the app. Some employees of Gadgets 360 may also see this new button. This new option sits in the ‘Recharge, Bill Payment’ category right next to the Municipal Tax button. It works in the same way as it does on all other sites, meaning that users will have to punch in the mobile number associated with their Google account, enter the required amount for purchase, and pay. These users will then receive the Google Play recharge code via SMS and email.
Buyers can then use these Google Play recharge codes to purchase digital content from the Google Play store. This includes paid apps, movies, games, music, e-books and more. If you’re one of the chosen few, head on Adventuress To see the options. For those of you who do not yet have access, they will be redirected to the home page. We have reached out to Amazon to introduce the Google Play recharge code to all users. We will update the report as soon as we hear back.
Amazon Pay expands its payment portfolio, with the inclusion of the Google Play recharge option. It already allows users to recharge mobiles, pay electricity bills, recharge DTH accounts, pay credit card bills, book gas cylinders or pay piped gas bills, and pay their insurance premiums. Provides a choice of Amazon Pay also allows users to pay their water bills, municipal taxes, broadband and landline bills. There is no clarity on when the Google Play recharge option will be rolled out to all Amazon Pay users.
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