AT&T and T-mobile customers in the US can now pay for PlayStation Store purchases along with their phone bills
Authored by Zarmena Khan
Sony has added mobile gaming to its PlayStation Store for AT&T and T-mobile customers. They can now pay for their purchases along with their regular phone bills.
US customers of both service providers can use the “Add Funds” option on the storefront to click on the newly added mobile phone button placed alongside standard credit card, prepaid cards, and PayPal options. Those who pay through their mobile devices will then receive a text to confirm their purchase. Once this is done, the charges will appear on the phone bill.
This option is also available for pre-paid phone account holders. The amount will simply be debited against the available balance at the time of the purchase. Users should note that standard messaging fees will apply to every transaction.
There’s no word from Sony on whether they will offer this service to other companies and their customers or if it will be available outside the US.