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    First thing first, I searched n read a few pages in but didn't see a topic on this so I apologize in advance if this topic is already somewhere in this forum!

    When you buy an app, does the charge go to your bill or what? I wanna buy some apps but don't wanna deal with it going on my Verizon bill. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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    You enter your credit card once you click buy and it routes through Google Checkout.
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    It's billed to your Google account, which you'll need to link a card to. I'd recommend a pre-paid card that allows foreign currency purchases. Other than that you're good to go!
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    Don't be scared off though by the prepaid cards. You can use any cc card or debit card. It is a standard google account that you would also use online to purchase through google authorized stores. I personally have used my bank account debit card with Google for over a year and have never had any issues. I have also purchased apps from the market that were in foreign currency. When you check out, you will see the current conversion to US dollars before you buy.
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    I use my MC for purchase through Google. I just threw out the pre-paid idea because I find it generally helps ease people's concerns with credit information. I personally have had no issues either with my credit card. But thanks for clarifying more options.