What is it?
Google Play is Google's official store and portal for Android apps, games and other digital content for your mobile device using the Android operating system.
What does it do?
Google Play is a third party service allowing users to purchase online digital content and services such as apps and make in-app payments, with the cost being charged to their mobile phone bill or deducted from their prepaid balance.
How does it appear in your bill?
Depending on your telephone provider, the bill will show the Google Play charge in various ways describing the service you purchased.
Bill descriptions vary from one telephone provider to the other and if you're unsure of what a charge or number or your bill is, remember you can always enquire it with your telephone provider.
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