Google has allowed carrier billing as a payment option for Android apps since 2009, but this week they expanded this service to include all types of digital content on the Google Play Store. Select customers can now purchase apps, music, movies, and books, by charging them directly to their monthly carrier bill.
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This morning is full of Android Market goodness. Earlier, we found out that Sony Ericsson launched its own Android Market channel, and now, joining T-Mobile and AT&T, Sprint is giving customers the ability to charge apps to their monthly bill (What is going on, ... Read More »
Google is holding a special event for the press on Wednesday which includes “an in-depth look at Honeycomb, Android ecosystem news, and hands-on demos.” We knew right away that the hands-on demos would be with the Motorola Xoom tablet, but the “ecosystem news” sounded a little vague so we did some digging. After ... Read More »
Customers of AT&T should see a new billing option for Android Market purchases over the coming days. A post on the official Android Developers Blog says that direct carrier billing for AT&T was part of the recent Market update that has been rolling out over the last couple of days.
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First screens of the new T-Mobile Android Market.
The Motorola CLIQ will continue billing only through Google Checkout.
New update allows for purchases to be charged to a T-Mobile account.
Buy apps using your T-Mobile account starting November 17.
Customers get more payment options for buying Android apps.