Frequently, there are messages on the network that show how a subscriber has subscribed to a paid subscription without his or her phone's consent. Everyone blames their mobile operators, but in reality they are not guilty.
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The fact is that if you use mobile internet on 2G, 3G and 4G LTE networks, when you click on a link you can automatically connect to paid subscriptions.
As we know from an official developer blog today, the 71st version of Google Chrome for Android and iOS-based smartphones has featured the most important features that protect the people of all countries from paid subscriptions. This web browser will be released in December 2018, but now everyone can install their beta version to test the new feature. The bottom line is that when you open a link that can be subscribed to, the user will be informed.
Google has conducted a study and found that every month, at least 3 million Chrome users browse the mobile subscriber's website and click on links that start debiting money from their accounts. With a new version of a popular web browser, you can forget about this because a user will see a message when you try to download a page that can debunk money from your phone's account. He has to answer, he agrees to keep track of it, otherwise he should return.
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The warning is displayed in full screen, so the chance of accidentally switching on a paid subscription tends to reset. According to the "search giant", all companies are required to first independently request consent to link a paid subscription, but in order to achieve their own profits in 2018, almost no one does. Clicking on the link to the number will receive SMS with information on successful subscription and debit payment for the first day of use. Usually they can not be returned. Download the 71st version of Google Chrome in December this year from the App Store (iOS) and G Play (Android).
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