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Get 90% off a bunch of Android apps by charging them to your Vodafone account

Vodafone is letting you charge Play Store purchases straight to your phone account -- and to get you on board it's heavily discounting a load of apps and games.

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Are you a Vodafone customer using an Android phone? If so, you can now buy apps from the Google Play Store by charging them directly to your Vodafone account, rather than having to register your credit card with Google.

To celebrate, Vodafone is also offering a 90 percent discount on a selection of popular apps and games, including Monument Valley and Runtastic Running Pro, until October.

The new system, Vodafone says, is designed to simplify the process of buying from the store, eliminating the need for "lengthy registration processes". It'll cover apps, games, books, music and movies from the store up to the value of £30 on any single purchase.

To set the service up, go to Redeem in the Play Store and enter the code "VodafoneApps".