Most of the time there are messages on the network with information on how a subscriber is without the consent of the phone number with a paid subscription. Everyone blames their mobile operators for this, but in fact they are not accused.
It writes referring to Chronicle.info portaltele.com.ua.
The fact is that if you are using mobile Internet on 2G, 3G and 4G LTE networks, you can automatically connect to a paid subscription when you click on some links.
Nowadays, in the official blog of developers, for Android and iOS-based smartphones, Google Chrome's version 71 & # 39; This Internet browser will be released in December 2018, but now anyone can install the beta version to test the new feature. In essence, when you open a link where you can make a paid subscription, the user will be informed about it.
Google conducted a survey, and after seeing at least 3 million Chrome users browsing each month's mobile subscribed sites and clicking on links, money began to be withdrawn from their accounts. With the new version of the popular web browser, you can forget about it, because the user will see a message when you try to download a page that may withdraw money from your phone's account. He'll have to answer, he's willing to continue watching, or he has to go back.
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The warning will be displayed in full screen, so the possibility of accidental activation of a paid subscription is reduced to zero. According to the yap search giant 39, all companies must first seek approval to link a paid subscription, but in the pursuit of their own profits, almost no one in 2018 will do so. After clicking the link to the number, you will receive an SMS with information about the successful connection of the subscription and the charge of money for the first day of use. It is often impossible to return them. Download Google Chrome 71 & # 39; s version in December of this year, from App Store (iOS) and G Play (Android).
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