Android users will soon have the option to pay for their applications via an alternative method than using a Google Checkout account – by paying it later when they get their monthly bills from your carrier. The revelations come after a change in the Developer Distribution Agreement that prepares for “introducing new payment options” for the Android Market. Developers will have 30 days to accept the new agreement.
The new payment option, which we can relate to (Jamster ringtones anyone?), is currently available in the US with T-Mobile, but more carriers are expected to participate in this new option is made available.
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