Google Movies launched in South Africa

Google has added South Africa to the list of countries where Google Movies is available.

By - February 18, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
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South Africans are now able to buy and rent movies from the Google Play store.

The search giant stated that South Africa has been added to the list of supported countries, as per its support website.

Google’s online store for films follows the local launch of Play Music towards the end of 2015.

Movies are available to buy or to rent from Google’s store, which is accessible from its smartphone apps or your web browser.

Rentals are priced from R11.99 to R34.99, while purchases cost between R89.99 to R149.99.

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