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Google boosts app store success by installing apps without the store

Bango is obsessed with app store billing optimization – leveraging mobile innovations to simplify the payment experience, boost spend and increase customer engagement. We are therefore delighted to learn that Google is streamlining their Android app discovery and installation process. 217 more words

Mobile Web

Controversial ad-blocking innovation latest sign of network operators’ continuing clout

One of the most common bits of conventional wisdom in the tech world is that over time mobile network operators – like ISPs – will inevitably turn into “dumb pipes” which do no more than provide a pathway to the Internet. 417 more words

Mobile Payment

Apple expanding carrier billing for iTunes/App Store to Russia

A month after rolling out carrier billing for iTunes and App Store content with German carrier O2, CNBC reports Apple is expanding the initiative with a similar service in Russia. 219 more words

AAPL Company

Apple Takes Mobile Phone Billing to Russia

Apple is quietly making it easier for consumers to buy digital goods without needing a credit card.

Starting this week, Apple users in Russia can purchase music, books, games and other apps by typing in their phone number and having the items charged to their monthly bill. 62 more words


Apple Begins Carrier Billing for App Store, iTunes in Germany With O2

Apple in conjunction with German telecom operator O2 has quietly started to roll out carrier billing for a range of services like iTunes and the App Store in the nation. 228 more words


Apple rolling out iTunes & App Store carrier billing with O2 in Germany

Although carriers have created workarounds in the past, Apple has been slow to support carrier billing for iTunes and App Store purchases so far. That appears to be changing, in Germany at least, as… 273 more words

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Apple Rolls Out Carrier Billing For iTunes, Starting In Germany With O2

At long last, Apple is adding a way for people to pay for purchases on iTunes beyond credit or debit cards — a move that points to the company sharpening its focus on marketing the iPhone to a wider set of users. 823 more words