Russian mobile operator Beeline launching carrier billing on Windows Phone

Russian mobile operator Beeline has announced on Twitter that the network will support carrier billing on Windows Phone this coming summer. Consumers will then be able to add apps and games purchased on the Windows Phone Store to the monthly invoice, opening up the catalogue of content to those who don't wish (or are unable) to use debit / credit cards.

Rough translation of the above tweet:

"@dark_online Hello! Ability to pay for purchases of MOStore appear in June - July 2013 Follow the news on the site. # beeline"

We've previously seen the likes of Vimpelcom hop on the Windows Phone carrier billing train. It's good to see more companies taking advantage of available features to enhance customer mobile experience.

Source: Twitter (@Beeline_RUS), via:

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