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Nokia has announced that it's Ovi Store now officially supports billing through the user's carrier - allowing customers to charge purchases to their monthly ivoice, though the feature has been available to some users for several weeks now. Ovi Store is an on-device repository of both free and paid applications, games, themes, ringtones, etc. This is a big step for Nokia Canada, especially after announcements a few months ago from RIM regarding their plan to eventually offer carrier-billing as well. As of now, Rogers, Bell, and telus all support this new payment feature, though carriers like WIND Mobile have yet to be supported.
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