AT&T Gets Direct Carrier Billing for Android Market
The Android Developers Blog has posted that they’ve been working with AT&T to enable Direct Carrier Billing in the Android Market. They’re proud to announce that they’ve been rolling it out to AT&T Android users over the past several days, along with the new Android Market unveiled with Gingerbread. AT&T users should be getting the update soon, and they’ll have the redesigned Market, as well as the controversial 15-minute refund window for paid apps. Users will be able to bill the cost of the app directly to their monthly AT&T bill, making app purchases even easier. No need to put in a credit card number. If you’ve already gotten this update, tell us what you think about the new Android Market and the direct billing option by leaving a comment below. We look forward to hearing from you!
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