Cant see paid apps in US

by John Doe » Wed, 29 Apr 2009 01:36:23 GMT


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 Hi all

I have an unlocked G1 bought from ebay and rc33 installed in it.
Currently , I am in US and my phone is using ATNT in roaming mode.
However I cant see the paid apps. Why is this ?

Best regards


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