Monday 3 September 2012

How to use Google Play Gift Cards

How to use Google Play Gift Cards
Apple has been very successful with their gift card schemes for iTunes and now Google Play has followed suit and has a gift card that can be used for all Android owners.
Who can use the Google Play Gift Card
Our research seems to show that the Android Gift Card is only available in the USA at the moment as the only retailers stocking this Android voucher are Radioshack, Target and Gameshack. They will also be available through Walmart .com later on

When will the Google Play Gift Card be available to the rest of the World?
As of yet there's no word on when they will be ready to roll out to the rest of the world-many of whom are still crying out to download music from Google Play 

Gift Cards are not available in your location.

Can you use Google Play Cards outside the USA? Mr. Android says "NO!"

What price are the Google Play Gift Cards?
At the moment the Android lovers pseudo credit card is being sold in $10, $25 and $50 card sizes. The larger sized vouchers could of course buy you a lot of apps and games-but will probably mainly be aimed at videophiles who love the fact that they can watch so many great (but kinda pricy) movies on their Android devices.

What can you buy with the Google Play Gift Card?
Songs, movies,Tv Shows , e-books and of course apps and games can be bought with the cards. At the moment the cards can not be used for app subscriptions, magazine subscriptions,hardware or accessories.
Is there a limit on your credit amount on Google Play
All research that we've done at the moment indicate that the most money that you can have available to you in Google credit is $2000, that's right only a 2000 dollar balance.
Are the Play Gift Cards easy to use?
Yes, simply so-just sign in to your Google Account to redeem your gift code ( and I'm sure it will be only a matter of time before the web is swamped with sites offering Free Google Play voucher codes and free Android credit redeems)

1 comment:

  1. I have never though about this. Many thanks for shedding the light on the current situation. here is a post on how to use Google properly:


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