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Canadian Android Users Gain Pay Apps

Customers of cellular providers Rogers and Fido now have access to paid apps in the Android Market. However, comments by individuals on AndroidCentral.com claiming to be Bell or Telus customers write that they still do not have access to paid apps on the Market.

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Google seems to have made an inroad in the Canadian paid app struggle. The apps are appearing on the market slowly, but at least it is happening. Some individuals with different phones and differt versions of Android have had different experiences in locating paid apps. Not all customers from Bell or Telus are still restricted, but what is the reasoning for those who still are? For those of you with Rogers or Fido, I'd say it's about time.


other sources: Boy Genius Report, Phandroid.com, Android Central.com

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Source: Gizmodo

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