AT&T Makes Renewed Commitment to Apps for Other Platforms
Jan 6, 2010, 1:31 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Today in Las Vegas, AT&T announced new initiatives to bring more applications to all its customers and not just those using iPhones. The two most significant expansions include carrier billing support for both Google's Android Market and Nokia's Ovi Store. These alone will open up a better experience for customers looking to download applications that require payment. AT&T also announced an agreement with Qualcomm to standardize apps development for mid-range Quick Messaging Devices using BREW Mobile Platform. These devices are used by millions of customers who historically have not had the same access as smartphone customers to the market’s hottest apps.
|Carrier Billing? No thanks||japhy||
|at&t only has one phone||ecycled||
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