By Anton D. Nagy | May 17, 2012 8:27 AM
While Android users who also happen to be Sprint subscribers were able to take advantage of carrier billing when purchasing applications from the Google Play Store, there were still some missing features in terms of paying for other content bought from Mountain View’s online market.
Google recently announced that Sprint is now fully supporting carrier billing for all purchases from the Google Play Store. This means you will be able to buy also books, music, and movies with the costs being added to your monthly phone bill. If you don’t have a credit card or you don’t want to use it for purchasing content, carrier billing is the best option for you.