T-Mobile starts new payment option for app purchases

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T-Mobile starts new payment option for app purchases
T-Mobile has introduced a new payment method for those buying apps from the Android Market. Customers of the nation's fourth largest carrier can now elect to have their app purchases added to their monthly phone bill. While Sprint has also announced its intentions to do the same thing, T-Mobile is the first carrier to have a billing alternative. Customers will not receive any official notification of the change. The change will rollout over the course of the next few weeks and should hit all handsets before the end of the year. Any app uninstalled within 24 hours of the initial download will not be charged and this billing option can be done only on purchases made in U.S. Dollars.

source: CNET


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