Google launches Google Play Gift Cards in India

By September 15th, 2015 AT 5:43 PM

Following the launch of Google Play prepaid vouchers in June, Google today announced the rollout of physical gift cards in retail outlets across India. Google Play Gift cards are available in 3 denominations (Rs. 750, Rs. 1000 & Rs. 1500) and can also be purchased online on Snapdeal.com as COD shipments.

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“We hope the increased availability of Google Play Gift Cards will make it easier for users to enjoy your favourite movies, books, magazines, apps, and games across all your devices. Users in India can buy games like Prince of Persia at Rs. 10 or get big discounts on movies like The Great Gatsby or Sherlock Holmes during this promotion ” Saurabh Agarwal, Head of Retail Partnerships – Google Play, India said in an official blog post.

Google Play Gift Cards can be used to purchase your favorite apps and digital content, as well as in-app goods in your favorite apps and games.As part of the announcement, Google has put together a range of offers on Google Play Apps, Games, Books and Movies. Users can check out the latest offers here.

Google Play Gift Cards are available in the stores of Spice Hotspot, Vijay Sales, Planet M, Planet Mobile and Sangeetha Mobiles.

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