Google Play Store Services To Stop In Pakistan From 1st December: Know More- Pakistan comes in as the most prominent gaming community in the world. Google Play Store Services to stop working in Pakistan. After this, users will not able to download the paid apps/ games on their Android devices. Check out the reason behind the stoppage of services, below in the article.
Google Play Store Services To Stop In Pakistan From 1st December: Know More
Pakistan comes in as the most prominent gaming community in the world. You might be wondering why such a thing would happen in the country. This is happening because the State Bank of Pakistan has blocked payment of $34 million to international service providers. This happened when the bank stopped using the direct carrier billing mechanism. This will indeed prove to be a big issue for the country.
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How will this affect the Users?
Stopping Google play store services in the country will give a lot of issues for users. The users will now be forced to use google and even download third-party apps to process their debit or credit card payments. Alongside that due to non-payment, big companies such as Meta, Amazon, etc will also be facing quite a loss and they may even stop their services in the region.
This will stop the users to use digital services such as e-education, e-commerce, and even digital transaction. This is like one thing leads to another. The Federal Minister for IT and Telecommunication ‘Amin-Ul-Haq’ confirmed that the free services will keep on working. He also mentioned that stopping the payments to international organizations will also bring disrepute to the country. The android users who have bought services will also face many problems due to this decision.
The federal minister has also sent a letter to the finance minister requesting him to direct the central bank to process the payments. Let’s see what will happen regarding this issue. The services will stop from 1st of December. Make sure to stay tuned with us for more future updates on the issue.