It seems that while other carriers are offering their customers the chance to purchase apps via Google Play and charge those to their monthly bill, Verizon has been lagging behind in that. Well assuming Droid-Life’s sources are to be believed, it looks like carrier billing could be arriving for Verizon subscribers as soon as tomorrow! According to the screenshot pictured above, Verizon has implemented a $25 cap per month which does seem rather odd. However we expect this is a move to prevent subsidiary lines and young children from going wild with the spending which will result in a bill shock, which in turn will lead to angry parents yelling at customer service representatives. While this might seem like a limitation, perhaps there could be an option to get around it, but for now we guess Verizon subscribers will have to be content with this. Hopefully Verizon will announce this feature tomorrow, so check back with us then for more updates!
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