Tag Archives: carrier billing

Sony Entertainment Network And PlayStation Now Accepting Carrier Billing Through T-Mobile

Concerned about using your credit card with the Sony Entertainment Network or the PlayStation store after the company’s recent bout of hacker attacks? Some good news then as they’ve launched carrier billing through T-Mobile (and AT&T but forget about them). Unfortunately you can’t use carrier billing with the PlayStation Vita but I suppose two out of three services is good enough to start. I’m hopeful this new carrier billing feature will extend to PlayStation … [read full article]

T-Mobile Carrier Billing Now Available For Movies, Music, And Books Through Google Play

Google has announced they beginning direct carrier billing for apps, music, movies, and books by charging them directly to your T-Mobile bill. There are many ways to pay on Google Play. Some carriers offer direct billing that lets you charge your Google Play purchases directly to your monthly phone bill. This week we expanded this service to include all types of digital content on Google Play. In the U.S., T-Mobile customers can now … [read full article]

T-Mobile Customers Video Demo For Receiving Free Music

If you’re looking for a fast explanation on how Google Music and T-Mobile are tied together, then check out the brand new video from Magenta explaining exactly that. T-Mobile’s product manager Desmond will show you how to take advantage of the free music for T-Mobile customers throughout the rest of the year as well a quick glimpse at the Google Music store. T-Mobile will be the first carrier to offer direct billing … [read full article]

Google And T-Mobile Announce Music Purchases On Your Wireless Bill

The Google Music announcement has just finished and we’ve heard the T-Mobile news as T-Mobile will be the first wireless carrier to partner with Google for direct carrier billing for music purchases through the Android Market. T-Mobile customers will also receive a selection of songs for free via the Google Music app on your Android smartphone from such artists as Drake, Maroon 5 and Busta Rhymes. T-Mobile believes that the combination … [read full article]