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AT&T introduces mobile billing for Android Market purchases

Google Checkout no longer required

| Mobile Devices News | Posted: Dec 24, 2010 4:54 am

Up until now, T-Mobile was the only major U.S. mobile carrier to allow Android Market purchases to be paid for via direct carrier billing. Well move over guys, AT&T is now allowing direct carrier billing as well through their latest Android Market update.

 

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That's right AT&T fans, no more Google Checkout needed for your app purchases. There's a 15 minute window where you can get a refund on a purchase without it hitting your bill. Not only can you pay via your bill, you'll also notice new categories in the Android Market like "Media & Video," "Music & Audio," "Business," and "Sports" among others.

 

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