Starting tomorrow, October 18th, mobile phone carrier Verizon Wireless might provide its users with the possibility to take advantage of carrier billing when it comes to purchase from the Google Play Store.
According to a recent article on Droid-life, Verizon users heading to the storefront and spending up to $25 on purchases will be able to pay for the acquired apps on their monthly bill at the wireless carrier.
Whether it comes to buying apps, music, and movies, all purchases will be charged to users’ Verizon accounts, rumor has it.
What remains to be seen is why would Verizon have the $25 fee installed for it users, and whether the limitation is a monthly one, or a one-time transaction fee limit.
Most probably, the wireless carrier will provide specific info on the matter when making the new feature official, provided, of course, that the rumor will pan out.