Verizon Wireless customers who want their Google Play purchases to show up on their phone bill will soon get their wish. Google confirmed on its Google Play Twitter account Thursday that the service will support carrier billing soon.
"Pay for Google Play apps, music and more on your phone bill. We're rolling this out over the coming weeks," the Silicon Valley search giant wrote on the social media site.
Google Play already supports carrier billing for AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile.
Sources tell Droid Life that the amount of Google Play purchases you charge to your phone bill might be limited to $25 per month, at least at the beginning; that might be a way to a prevent bill shock in what will be a new way of billing for many customers.
Carrier billing is available for all media content on Google Play, which includes music, apps, TV shows, online magazines, books, etc. Google Play changed its name from Android Market earlier this year.