Mobilink News Jazz now offers direct carrier billing for purchases on Google Play August 4, 2018 August 3, 2018 by TPRO TEAM 0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Jazz has now offered direct carrier billing to its customers to buy content on Google Play store from their Android devices. Jazz subscribers can now purchase apps and games and can make in-app purchases from Google Play using their mobile balance or postpaid bill. This direct carrier billing service is automatically activated for customers using Android devices. Through this service, the price for purchasing apps, games, and other mobile content will be automatically added to the monthly bill of the postpaid customers. On the other hand, the prepaid users will have the amount of the purchases deducted from their current balance. To start using the service, Jazz subscribers will go through an initial setup that will allow them to set the “Jazz billing” as a payment method in Google Play. Customers will need to be logged on to Jazz’s 3G/4G network for authentication. Once the initial setup is done, customers may then download the app of their choice over any Wi-Fi connection or Jazz’s 3G/4G network. Jazz has set the transaction limit for all users at maximum PKR 2000 per month and customers will not be charged any additional fees for using the service. “We are always looking to facilitate our customers with the latest digital offerings. Direct carrier billing provides a safe and convenient way of paying for purchases made on Google Play.” – said Kazim Mujtaba, Head of Marketing at Jazz.