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Q1. What is Google Play Direct Carrier Billing?

As a Jazz mobile subscriber, you are now able to purchase apps from Google Play and charge it to your mobile balance or postpaid bill. This service is provided for both postpaid and prepaid subscribers. For prepaid subscribers please ensure that you have sufficient balance in your Jazz SIM as all purchases in Google Play store will be deducted from your Jazz balance.

Q2. Where can I download Google Play?

The Google Play store app comes pre-installed on supported Android devices running Android OS version 2.2 (Froyo) and above. You can find and open the Google Play Store app from your device’s app launcher.

Q3. What are the Android Devices that support Carrier Billing for Google Play?

You can find and open the Google Play store app from your device’s app launcher. List of supporting devices can be found at

Q4. Is there any daily, monthly or per transaction limit to buy app(s) on Google Play?

Yes, there is a limit. You can spend up to Rs. 2,000 / Transaction in any given month plus cumulatively your transactions should be lower than Rs. 2,000 in any given month.

Q5. What are the kinds of apps that I can purchase from Google Play using carrier billing?

Only digital or virtual goods are eligible for Carrier Billing on Google Play. Examples of digital goods include:

In-game items and goods
Subscriptions for granted access for games/music/video

Q6. Is it possible to use purchase apps on Google Play via Wi-Fi?

During the initial setup of Jazz billing payment method for app purchase from Google Play via carrier billing, you will need to be logged on to Jazz’s 3G/4G network in order for us to authenticate you. Once the authentication is successful you may download the app over Wi-Fi connection or Jazz’s 3G/4G network. Note that going through the setup flow to use Jazz carrier billing will register you for Google Play direct carrier billing service.

Q7. If I switch from Jazz to another mobile carrier, can I still continue paying via Carrier billing?

When you switch carrier, you would need to go again through the process of setting up carrier billing as payment method for Google Play app purchase. If the carrier that you switch to has not enabled carrier billing, then you won’t be able to set carrier billing as the payment option for Google Play.

Q8. How can I stop paying via Jazz carrier billing?

To stop charging via carrier billing, you can remove Jazz carrier billing payment method as mentioned below:

Open Google Play Store from your device

Tap the 3 lined Menu button on top left corner

Select Account > Payment methods > More payment settings

Tap “Remove” mentioned under Jazz in Payment methods.

Q9. I accidentally purchased an app that I do not want; how can I get refund from Google Play?

Customers have 2 hours from the time of download to return an application purchased on Google Play for a full refund. Customer may only return a given application once; if they subsequently purchase the same app again, they may not return it a second time. Purchases made from Google Play using direct carrier billing will be posted directly to your mobile billing account.

Q10. How to return an app on Google Play Store within the 2 hours return period?

From your device

Launch the Google Play Store app on your device

Select Menu (top left corner) > My Apps

Select the app you’d like to return (If the 2-hour refund window has not yet passed, the app is eligible for return and will have two buttons saying Open or Refund)

Tap the Refund button. The Refund button will now say Uninstall. Press Uninstall to remove the app from your device and initiate the refund.

After the 2-hour return period has expired, the Refund option will not be available. Selecting the Uninstall button at this point will simply remove the application from your device.

Q11. How to get refund on Google Play after refund button has disappeared?

Google does not give refunds for most Google Play purchases. However, there are exceptions. If the purchase isn’t what you expected, doesn’t work, or you don’t want it any more, you can:

Get support from the developer of the app Most apps on the Play Store are made by third-party developers, not by Google. The developers should support their apps and make sure they work well for you. You should contact the app developer if:

You have a question about an app.

You made an in-app purchase but it wasn’t delivered or isn’t working as you expected.

You want a refund and it’s more than 48 hours since you made the purchase. The developer can help with purchase issues, and can process refunds pursuant to its policies and applicable laws.

Request a refund on the Google Play website. If it’s less than 48 hours since you bought an app or made an in-app purchase, you can request a refund through Google Play. If you bought music, movies, books, or other content, you may be able to request a refund after more than 48 hours. This is the quickest way to find out if Google will give you a refund. You’ll usually get a decision within 15 minutes.

Open a web browser (like Chrome or Safari) on your computer, tablet, or phone.

Copy and paste it into the address bar of the web browser.

Make sure this is in a web browser and not the Google Play Store app. You can’t request a refund in the Google Play Store app.

Scroll down to “Order History” and find the order you want to return. To the right of the order, select More Menu.

Select Report a problem.

Choose the option that describes your situation, complete the form, and say that you would like a refund.

You will see a message saying “thank you for sharing your concerns.” Later you will receive an email about your refund.

Q12. I subscribed to a service. How can I cancel or change this subscription on Google Play?

Subscriptions on Google Play renew automatically unless you unsubscribe. If you don’t want the subscription for your magazine, music streaming, video streaming or other app to renew, you can cancel the subscription on Google Play. You can also change the payment method used for a subscription or membership.

Open the Google Play Store from your device.

Tap Menu button (top left corner) > Account and > Subscriptions.

Find the subscription you want to cancel.

Tap Cancel.

Important: Uninstalling an app will not automatically stop your subscription. You must cancel your subscription to end your subscription. If you uninstall the app without canceling your subscription, you will still be charged. If an app you’ve purchased a subscription for is removed from Google Play, your future subscription will be automatically canceled but past subscriptions will not be refunded.

Q13. If I purchase an app and accidentally delete if off my phone and try to download/purchase it again, will I be charged a second time?

As long as you use the same Google ID that you used for downloading the app initially, you will not be charged for re-downloading the app again (even when switching device).

Q14. If I have purchased an app via Google Play Store, can I switch my SIM card to other devices and enjoy the app without having to purchase and pay again? How many devices can I do this for?

Your app purchases are tied to your Google Account and can be installed an unlimited amount of times on any device. So, for example, if you remove “My Favorite Game” to save memory, you can reinstall it at a later date with no charge by simply visiting My Apps. You can also re-install apps from from the My Android Apps section.If you are being asked to purchase an application you have already purchased on Google Play on an existing or previous device, you might be using a different Google account than the one you were using at the time you made your purchase. Because the application is associated with a different Google account, you are being charged to purchase it again. Additionally, if you are missing certain apps (free or paid), they might be registered under a different Google account. Fortunately, you can recover access to these apps by simply switching the account you’re currently signed into on Google Play.

Q15. Who do I contact if I have a question about something that I purchased using Google Carrier Billing?

Please contact the application developer that you made a purchase from if you have any questions regarding the application that you downloaded or for issues related to app that you have downloaded. You can find the contact options (an email address or phone no. or a website) of the application developer under the developer section in the application that you have downloaded.

Q16. Can I purchase apps that are not in PKR via carrier billing?

No, all apps and in-app purchases via carrier billing should be made in PKR.

1. Definitions

‘Application(s)’ means any Vendor software program or other downloadable digital content (together with any applicable documentation or end user license agreement) sold or licensed through the Jazz System. Applications are normally licensed.

‘Direct Carrier Billing Service’ means the services provided to You by the Jazz, including facilitating the sale or license or subscription of Application through billing to your airtime service bill.

‘Service Provider’ means a third party which provides Jazz with delivery and ancillary fulfilment services to facilitate your purchase. Service Provider may include Google Asia Pacific Lte. Ptd. or any third party that Jazz may include from time to time for the Direct Carrier Billing Service.

‘Jazz‘ means Pakistan Mobile Communications Limited.

‘Jazz System‘ means the computer software and systems that enable Jazz to provide Direct Carrier Billing Service for third Party App Stores.

‘Terms’‘Terms’ means these Terms and Conditions for Direct Carrier Billing for Third Party App Stores, including any amendments thereto that Jazz may make from time to time in its discretion.

‘Vendor’ means an authorized application or content vendor who has entered into a contract with Service Provider to sell their Applications to users through the Jazz System.

‘You‘ means any individual who uses Jazz acquire to Application(s) or content using the Direct Carrier Billing Service.

2. Commencement of Direct Carrier Billing Service

These terms govern the billing of your purchases from the Google Play Store on your Android handset (“Device”) and shall form a binding agreement between you and Pakistan Mobile Communications Limited (“Jazz”).

You are deemed to accept these Terms when You first use the Google Play Direct Carrier Billing Service, including by clicking a virtual button in any of the Third Party App store expressly agreeing to these Terms.

If You allow any other person to access or use the Direct Carrier Billing Service, You agree to be responsible for (a) ensuring that such person complies with the Terms, and (b) the actions, omissions and defaults of such person in relation to the Billing on Behalf Service.

For the initial authentication, data network (3G/4G/Wi-Fi) and SMS must be enabled on your Device.

3. Charges and Payment

Prices for Applications and/or contents are determined by the Service Provider and may be subjected to adjustment or taxes or currency exchange rates.

You agree and acknowledge that by Your acceptance of a charge or prices for the Applications and/or contents during the transaction process, Jazz shall be entitled to collect payment from You through: (i) your airtime which will bill the charge to You or deduct from your air time credit. If You are a contract airtime customer (post-paid) You will see the charge on Your monthly phone bill.

If You subscribe to a subscription service, You will be billed in accordance with the subscription frequency and price indicated at the beginning of the service. You are required to refer to the subscription cancellation option at the time of subscribing the service. The cancellation request has to be made to the respective vendor or service provider. If the subscription is not cancelled prior to the renewal date, You may no longer have the right to cancel or receive a refund and any cancellation will take effect from the following renewal period.

Postpaid customers must maintain good credit standing with Jazz without outstanding payments due. Jazz reserves the right to suspend your use of the Service if outstanding payments remain due and unpaid.

You are allowed to purchase a maximum of Rs.2000 (GST inclusive) worth of Google Play Store items per month.

You must make the purchase from Google Play Store on your Device. The Service is not available on PCs.

Jazz reserves the right to suspend your use of the Service at any time at its sole discretion.

4. Liabilities

To the maximum extent legally permitted, Jazz’s aggregate liability for direct damages under any legal theory shall in all circumstances be limited to the fees paid by You for the Direct Carrier Billing Service in relation to the Application(s) acquired hereunder, and Jazz shall not be liable for any other damages under any circumstances.

To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law Jazz shall not be liable for the quality or performance of Applications or device or app stores provided by Service Providers or for information or material accessed through the Direct Carrier Billing Service.

All application support will be provided by the respective Application vendor.

5. General

Failure by either party to exercise or enforce any right conferred by these Terms against the other party shall not be or be deemed to be a waiver of any such right or in any way prejudice any right of that party under these Terms.

You agree to indemnify Jazz for any and all losses, costs, damages, claims, expenses, actions and proceedings whatsoever arising from: (a) the use of the Direct Carrier Billing Service; or (b) breach of any provision of these Terms.

Jazz reserves the right to amend or vary any of these terms and conditions. Jazz will, where it is practicable to do so, give you advance notice (which may be through written notice, electronic mail, letters, Jazz website, bills or such other forms as Jazz deems appropriate) of such changes.

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