Smart gives you P50 cash or load back on your first mobile purchase on Google Play

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June 20, 2019

Now it’s easy to buy everything you want on the Google Play store when you Pay With Mobile

You don’t need a credit card anymore—you can now charge purchases on Google Play to your Smart or TNT prepaid or postpaid account. What’s even better: from April 15 to June 30, 2019, you get P50 load or cash back when you pay your very first purchase on Google Play or any Google-affiliated app by charging to your Smart or TNT prepaid load or postpaid account!

Simply follow these steps to Pay With Mobile and get the cashback:

  1. Select any item or app you want to purchase on the Google Play store.
  2. When asked for the payment method, choose Smart Communications.
  3. Click “Buy” or “Purchase” to proceed with the transaction.
  4. That’s it! You should get an SMS confirming the purchase as well as your rebate.

Spend a minimum of P50 on your first purchase to get the P50 back immediately (for prepaid users) or on your next postpaid bill.

Don’t wait—Pay With Mobile now and get the best apps for your phone today!

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