Posted October 04, 2018 11:27:38Google will be the first to roll out GST payments from November 1.
The payment is part of the company’s efforts to encourage more people to use its services, but it has been a long-time goal of Google’s.
“As the world’s leading internet platform and leader in digital services innovation, we’re taking this opportunity to explore how to make the world a better place for all of us,” Google CEO Sundar Pichai said in a blog post.
“Our goal is to make Google services accessible and affordable to everyone, everywhere.
We want to make it easy to use our products, and we want to encourage people to make them more accessible, but equally important, to make money.”
With these two goals in mind, we’ve created a series of new services, products, services and features that we call GST (Global Set-aside) payments.
These payments allow you to make payments directly to Google through Google Wallet, and to pay for services using your Google account.
These new services will be available to Google Wallet users in the U.S., Canada, the U and AUS from November 15.
“The GST payment will be in addition to the existing Google Wallet payments for goods and services.GST payments are already available in the Google Wallet app for Android, iOS and Windows Phone.
They can be used for any of Google Wallet’s services, including search, shopping, bookings, and more.
GST offers can be applied to a large number of services including:For more details on Google Wallet visit:The new services are not the only ways Google is looking to encourage its services to be more accessible.
On the day Google unveiled the new GST system, it announced the creation of a “Global Set aside program” to encourage payment use from individuals around the world.
This program will enable the company to offer GST-based payments to anyone in the world, and will offer access to Google’s existing apps and services on mobile devices.
The announcement was made during Google’s investor day in New York, which was streamed live on YouTube, and is the latest sign that Google is making GST more widely available.