Paid Android Apps Live in The Netherlands

May 12th, 2009 by Arjan Olsder Posted in Platforms: AndroidOS | 1 Comment »

Android Following several delays, we can finally enjoy paid apps in The Netherlands. T-Mobile deployed the G1 several months ago and did good sales according to several shop owners we spoke.

The launch wasn’t officially announced, but many Android owners started spreading the news since this morning. One of the reasons for this might be the fact that the prices are not stated in Euro’s, but dollars and pounds.

To purchase apps, consumers need to own a creditcard. SMS billing is not available so that rules out all kids from making purchases. The 24 return policy is also in place.

    One Response to “Paid Android Apps Live in The Netherlands”

    1. Spam says:

      Who really wants an Android Phone? Having a phone from one of the worst operators around the world. If Vodafone fails to place Android, Android is dead before it really comes to market.
      Good luck Android Developers.

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