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    Like, in addition to the item? If they do, I dont see it anywhere on my bill, yet I can't imagine AT&T offering Microsoft free billing services for free.
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    I dont think they charge a fee at least now as I havent seen any charges other than the amount of the app purchased.
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    Right on. Seems too good to be true, but I'll take it, lol.
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    Is not too good to be true. It's just smart :)
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    they are not suppose to ..

    i called MS a while back to have it set it up . and they told me to refer to my carrier that they could do it for no extra charge...

    unless the MS rep was wrong, but not suppose to. turns out my carrier doesnt even offer this service lol :(
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    Quote Originally Posted by Se1fcr3ation View Post
    they are not suppose to ..

    i called MS a while back to have it set it up . and they told me to refer to my carrier that they could do it for no extra charge...

    unless the MS rep was wrong, but not suppose to. turns out my carrier doesnt even offer this service lol :(
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    I've only been charged the exact price of the app by AT&T, nothing more.
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    They probably take a percentage of each transaction, similar to how visa/mastercard do.
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    They don't charge extra. I wondered the same when I was asked (T-mobile for me though)

    1) It's an option for people without credit cards (like younger ones) to be able to purchase things

    2) Believe it or not, the carriers want you to need your phone and, by extension, them. Including purchases and using your phone like a credit card (like NFC tech) that way they get more revenue and things like that.

    I remember that from a Nokia ad for the N9 talking about its NFC, how it can be used as a credit card, and how carriers want your phone to be a credit card-- their credit card. Though they didn't say it in so many words XD

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    Wish this was available for Canadian carriers...

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