Virgin Mobile KSA partners with Google to launch direct carrier billing

Now both prepaid and postpaid customers will be able to make online purchases on Google Play Store through their mobile accounts, without having to use their credit or debit cards.
Fouad Halawi: “I am certain that this service will be widely welcomed and accepted by our youth audience in particular."
Fouad Halawi: “I am certain that this service will be widely welcomed and accepted by our youth audience in particular."

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Virgin Mobile KSA has launched direct carrier billing service with Google.

This payment method will make it easier for users to purchase mobile apps, games, books and movies from the Google Play Store by billing purchases to their mobile accounts; postpaid or prepaid.

Virgin Mobile direct carrier billing is available starting April, 2018. 

Fouad Halawi, CEO of Virgin Mobile said: “We are delighted to partner with Google to provide our customers an extremely convenient and reliable payment method.

“I am certain that this service will be widely welcomed and accepted by our youth audience in particular. We will continue to bring more initiatives that are focused on enhancing customer experiences.”


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