As you may have noticed in the headline though, Google Play went live in Russia at around midnight, but music is still not available for purchase there. Russian users already had access to Android apps, and now also have access to the books section, and movies, but not music. The official Google lists for countries where movies are available has been updated to include Russia, but not the list of countries with access to Google Books.
The prices for movies are on par with iTunes starting at 149 rubles ($4.85) to buy, 49 rubles ($1.59) for SD rentals, and 99 rubles ($3.22) for HD rentals. There are a number of free books available, and other books for purchase start at 49 rubles ($1.59).
source: The Next Web