Google has launched paysafecard, the eCash solution from payments platform Paysafe, as a new payment option on the Google Play Store in six additional European countries.

With the new batch of countries, Paysafe’s paysafecard is now accepted in Google Play Stores in sixteen countries. The card allows consumers to use cash for easy and secure online shopping.

Payment is made by purchasing 16-digit PINs, with the option of combining the credit balances via an online ‘my paysafecard’ account. Personal financial data such as bank account or credit card information is not required.

The partnership between Google and paysafecard originally launched in Poland, followed by Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia and Cyprus, and it was later extended to Germany, the UK, France, Spain and Greece.

The six countries now added are Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Portugal, the Netherlands and Belgium.


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