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Google Play Store accepting payments via PayPal


New York -- Google announced that it will accept PayPal as a method of payment, in addition to credit cards, carrier billing, and gift cards, for its Play Store. The announcement came as a surprise in that PayPal is essentially a competitor to Google’s own Wallet service.

Customers in 12 countries, including the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France and Germany, can use their PayPal accounts to buy apps, games, music, and movies through the Google Play Store. The service, however, cannot be used to buy devices and accessories from the Play store — at least not yet.

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