How to buy apps in the android market or play store using a credit card - Even though many android apps are free, but sometimes there are also interesting applications yet paid, for those of you who use credit cards here are the steps to make a purchase through the app store play.
Make sure your credit card is issued by active local bank. Or if you have a debit card, the card must be valid internationally. And supported google wallet, usually type VISA / Mastercard. Record Number of credit cards, note cards behind the three numbers, and month / year expired.
Card No.: 1234 5678 9012 3456
No. On the back of the card: 123
Open the application you want to buy.
Click on a price, then you will go into google wallet, just click proceed.
Complete input your card details, name and address of card suits, and phone numbers.
If it is then your card is ready for use, is there a charge, if based on the info from google wallet here -> http://www.google.com/wallet/faq.html use charge cards are not charged a penny, so you will be charged according to the application fee purchased. Well if it is active. Then you can buy the application directly.
Fill in your password (email password that you use to play store), if it is okay. Then the application can be downloaded directly purchased.
Well done, for now you can directly buy the application, if the application is purchased, in the handset anywhere in the home account status will remain the same then purchased.
So if you do not like the application, whether it can refund, yes for the application you are able to do a preview, if it does not fit anymore open the program and click refund (the same with the delete key applications). And the refund is active about 15 minutes. If after 15 minutes through the refund process should report to the developer and of course more complicated. For clarity -> http://support.google.com/googleplay/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=134336
Happy shopping, do not be wasteful. And do not be late to pay bills that are not subject to interest.