Rhapsody Gains Carrier Billing Support from AT&T
Rhapsody announced that it has signed a carrier billing agreement with AT&T in order to make it simpler for subscribers to pay for its service. AT&T customers can now add the monthly Rhapsody subscription fee to their AT&T bill.
Microsoft Adds Carrier Billing to Windows Store
Microsoft has expanded an existing agreement with Boku to bring carrier billing to the Windows Store. Sprint is the first carrier too support the service, which means Sprint customers will be able to charge Microsoft Store purchases to their monthly bill.
Microsoft to Add Carrier Billing to App Store
Microsoft today said Windows device owners will soon be able to purchase apps using their wireless account rather than a credit card. Carrier billing, as the practice is called, makes it more convenient for people to purchase good and services from mobile devices by removing the credit card barrier.
Sprint Offering Monthly Subscription to Amazon Prime
Sprint customers can add an Amazon Prime membership to their monthly Sprint bill starting today. The subscription costs $10.99 per month and includes all the benefits available to Amazon Prime members, including reduced shipping charges, Prime Video, Prime Music, Prime Photos, and more.
Cricket Wireless Rolls Out $40 Unlimited Promo
Cricket Wireless today debuted a new promotion that drops the price of its Unlimited 2 plan, normally $55 per month, down to $40 per month. The deal is for new customers who switch to Cricket Wireless and sign up for the Unlimited 2 plan.