News by Michael Oryl on Wednesday November 04, 2009.
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During a keynote at Open Mobile Summit today in San Francisco, T-Mobile USA CTO Cole Brodman talked of some of his company's plans for the Google Android smartphone platform. The most interesting piece of information that Brodman revealed is that T-Mobile will launch carrier billing for the Android Market on its smartphones later this month. This will allow customers to have Android Market purchases charged directly to their T-Mobile phone bills. He also said that the carrier will begin offering its own channel on the Android Market app store that will be called, fittingly, the T-Mobile Channel.