du customers can charge apps from Google Play to their bill

"Direct billing will make it easier than ever for our customers," says Jawad Shaikh
Du customers can charge apps from Google Play to t, Value Added Services


du customers can charge purchases from Google Play direct to their du bill without having to use their bank cards online, through direct operator billing.

Jawad Shaikh, executive vice president digital business at du, said: “As part of our commitment to finding smarter digital solutions that simplify our customers' lives, we are offering our customers a more convenient way to pay on Google Play.”

“With some of the most popular mobile apps and games available, direct billing with du will make it easier than ever for our customers to download the Google Play apps they want and make in-app purchases, without the need for credit cards,” he added.

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