Vodafone Qatar has announced that its customers can now pay for App Store, Apple Music and iTunes purchases across Apple devices via carrier billing, providing “a safe, secure and versatile payment method to meet Qatar’s growing demand for digital entertainment”.
Signing up for carrier billing takes a few simple steps, the telecommunications provider said in a statement.
Vodafone Qatar customers need to have a new or existing Apple ID, and can select ‘Carrier Billing’ as their payment method from their account settings on App Store, Apple Music, and iTunes from their iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Mac, or on iTunes from their PC.
Once ‘Carrier Billing’ has been selected, all future purchases with the customer’s Apple ID will be automatically charged as part of the monthly carrier bill or directly deducted from the customer’s prepaid account, eliminating the need to use a credit card.
The new payment option will be configured automatically and immediately allow for easy, one-tap purchasing from all Apple devices, including Apple TV and Apple Watch.
This includes purchases of apps, music, movies, TV shows as well as Apple Music subscriptions and iCloud storage.
No personal information will be shared with any third parties, making carrier billing both simple and safe to set up and use, the statement notes.
For more information on how to set up carrier billing, one can visit www.vodafone.qa
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