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AndroidWith their iPhone exclusivity ending this year, it looks like AT&T are finally showing signs of improving the Android experience on their network. It has recently been announced that AT&T will support carrier billing for Android Market purchases. This means that users will be able to buy apps from the Android Market without giving their credit card details away- the apps just get charged to their monthly bill instead. The 15 minute return time frame is still in place, so if you’re unsatisfied with an app you can return it within 15 minutes for a full refund. This move by AT&T will definitely open up the way for more customers on the Android Market, especially for those users who don’t have a credit card or are uncomfortable about sharing their credit card details online. Now let’s see AT&T bring better and higher-end Android phones to their network.

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