Google Hints At New Forms Of Payments For Google Wallet

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3:37 PM EST February 4th, 2013

In a letter to app developers yesterday, Google Play announced that it’s working in introducing “new forms of payments” for its platform, reports TechCrunch.

Google already accepts MasterCard, American Express, Visa, Discover, prepaid cards and some carrier billing, so the new payments form may come in the form of a “Google Wallet balance,” letting the platform function more like PayPal.

The news came as part of a larger letter informing app developers that they will be paid 15 days after the end of each month as opposed to the original two-day window.

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