New Fee Structure?!?!

by csyperski » Thu, 12 Mar 2009 03:14:12 GMT


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 I just got an email about the new fee structure for the android
market, and I must say, it doesn't look good.

It is going from 2% + $0.20 -> 2.9% + $0.30

This upsets me, because, it doesn't make sense to see apps for a low
price ($0.99) on the market any longer, I am going to have to raise my
rates to make it worthwhile. What does everyone else think about this?
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New Fee Structure?!?!

by Inderjeet Singh » Thu, 12 Mar 2009 03:55:12 GMT


 This rate will not apply to you for Android transactions where the rate is
30% flat on the pre-tax amount.

This rate applies only if you used Google Checkout to sell other goods on an
Internet store.






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New Fee Structure?!?!

by Streets Of Boston » Thu, 12 Mar 2009 03:59:51 GMT


 I don't think this is the right discussion group for this, but i would
say:

Don't worry.
Here is the link:
 http://checkout.google.com/seller/fees.html 

This seller-fee is the same type of fee as is shown currently on you
seller checkout-page (2% +0.20). In other words, it does not apply to
your Android sales. As far as i know, they'll stay at 30%.




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New Fee Structure?!?!

by madcoder » Thu, 12 Mar 2009 22:11:22 GMT


 There was an email sent indicating Android sales will remain
unaffected.





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