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How does it work?
You can now use your M1 mobile number to make a purchase from the App Store or to subscribe to iTunes services and applications. The purchases will be billed to your monthly phone bill.

Step 1: Go to phone settings. Select iTunes & App Stores.



 

Step 2: Select “View Apple ID”.




 

Step 3: Sign in with FaceID or enter your Apple ID and password. Select Manage Payments.

 

Step 4: Select Mobile Phone as your payment type, then click Done.


 

 

Sours: https://www.m1.com.sg/support/faq/apple-app-store-faq

How apps, content, and subscriptions from Apple are billed

Learn which payment method is charged when you buy subscriptions like iCloud storage or items from the App Store, iTunes Store, Apple Books, or Apple TV app. More than one purchase might be charged at the same time.

Multiple items might be grouped onto one bill

When you buy items or pay for subscriptions, your payment method is charged at the time of purchase or within a few days.

If you don’t recognize a charge, look at your purchase history and see if multiple items were grouped onto one charge. Or look at the receipt that was emailed to you and see if multiple purchases were included. 

In Europe, purchases might not be grouped.

     iPhone showing purchases including songs, an app, and a book, which are all together on one bill.

If you see a pending charge for a small amount

If you update your billing information or add someone to your Family Sharing group, a temporary authorization hold for a small amount might appear on your statement. Authorization holds are removed by your card issuer or financial institution after a short time.

Which payment method is charged?

When you buy items or pay for subscriptions, Apple attempts to charge your payment methods in this order:

  1. Apple attempts to use your Apple ID balance to cover the full amount.
  2. If you don't have Apple ID balance or you don't have enough to cover the full amount, Apple attempts to charge your primary payment method. The primary payment method is at the top of the list in Settings on your iPhone. You can control which payment method is at the top of the list.
  3. If there's a problem with the primary payment method, or if the primary payment method can't be charged for the full remaining amount, Apple attempts to charge your other payment methods in order from top to bottom. If none of them can be charged, Apple may try again.

Some purchases aren’t charged to your Apple ID balance

  • If you're in a Family Sharing group, purchases are charged to your personal Apple ID balance. If you don't have enough Apple ID balance to pay for the purchase, the remainder is charged to the family organizer's primary payment method.
  • You can’t charge gifts to your Apple ID balance. If you send a gift or gift card, your primary payment method is charged.
  • Some subscriptions might not be charged to your Apple ID balance.

If none of your payment methods can be charged

If a purchase can't be charged to any of your payment methods, your account has a negative balance. You can't buy more items or update your apps until you update your payment method.

Information about products not manufactured by Apple, or independent websites not controlled or tested by Apple, is provided without recommendation or endorsement. Apple assumes no responsibility with regard to the selection, performance, or use of third-party websites or products. Apple makes no representations regarding third-party website accuracy or reliability. Contact the vendor for additional information.

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Sours: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201359
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If your payment method is declined in the App Store or iTunes Store

If you can't make purchases or update your apps, including free apps, there might be a problem with your payment method. To fix this, add a new payment method or update your payment information.

If you see an unexpected charge

You can request a refund* for a purchase that you don't recognize, but you must pay for the purchase first. You can also cancel a subscription if you don't want to continue it.

*You must request the refund within the refund period. Refunds are not guaranteed. For more information, see the Terms & Conditions.

Get more help

  • If you disputed a charge from the App Store or iTunes Store, contact your financial institution again to authorize that charge and future purchases from the App Store or iTunes Store.
  • If you're outside of the United States, you might need to contact your financial institution to allow international purchases.
  • In some countries and regions, your payment method might be declined because of changes to local law. Learn about billing and purchases in Europe or what to do if your card is declined in India.
  • If you still need help, contact Apple Support.

Information about products not manufactured by Apple, or independent websites not controlled or tested by Apple, is provided without recommendation or endorsement. Apple assumes no responsibility with regard to the selection, performance, or use of third-party websites or products. Apple makes no representations regarding third-party website accuracy or reliability. Contact the vendor for additional information.

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Sours: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT203005
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If you see 'apple.com/bill' on your billing statement

Apple.com/bill appears on your billing statement when you buy an app, music, movie, or other content from Apple. It also appears when a subscription renews and when a family member buys apps or content from Apple.

How to see what you were charged for

  1. To see your purchase history, go to reportaproblem.apple.com.
  2. Sign in with your Apple ID.
  3. A list of purchases appears. To see family members' purchases, select the Apple ID button and choose a family member.
  4. To see the full receipt including tax, tap or click the date. Multiple purchases, including subscriptions, might be grouped onto one charge.

If the charge is for a subscription that you no longer want, you can cancel the subscription.

If you still can't identify the charge

Can't find a matching charge at reportaproblem.apple.com? Find out if you used another account to make a purchase.

  1. Search your email for the words “receipt from Apple.”
  2. Look for a receipt that matches the amount that you see on your billing statement. 
  3. On the receipt, see what was purchased and which Apple ID was used.
    Email showing receipt from Apple that includes the Apple ID of the person who made the purchase.

Contact Apple Support

If you checked reportaproblem.apple.com and your emailed receipts and you're still not sure why you were charged, contact Apple Support.

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Sours: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201382

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If you see "apple.com/bill" on your billing statement

Apple.com/bill appears on your billing statement when you buy an app, music, film or other content from Apple. It also appears when a subscription is renewed and when a family member buys apps or content from Apple.

How to see what you were charged for

  1. To see your purchase history, go to reportaproblem.apple.com.
  2. Sign in with your Apple ID.
  3. A list of purchases will appear. To see the full receipt, including tax, tap or click the date. Multiple purchases, including subscriptions, may be grouped onto one charge.

If the charge is for a subscription that you no longer want, you can cancel the subscription.

If you still can't identify the charge

Can't find a matching charge at reportaproblem.apple.com? Find out if a family member has made a purchase or if you used another account to make a purchase.

Has a family member made a purchase?

  1. If you're the organiser for a Family Sharing group, you can see receipts for family members' purchases. Search your emails for the words “receipt from Apple”. 
  2. Look for a receipt that matches the amount you see on your billing statement. 
  3. On the receipt, see what was purchased and which Apple ID was used. The Apple ID indicates which person bought the item.
    Email showing receipt from Apple that includes the Apple ID of the person who made the purchase.

If you want children to have to get permission before making a purchase, turn on Ask to Buy.

Did you buy something using another Apple ID?

Contact Apple Support

If you’ve checked reportaproblem.apple.com and your emailed receipts, and you're still not sure why you were charged, contact Apple Support.

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Sours: https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT201382
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See your purchase history for the App Store, iTunes Store, and more

To see which apps, music, and other content you bought, look at your purchase history.

See a list of your purchases from the App Store, iTunes Store, Apple Books, and the Apple TV app.

Show purchase history



See your purchase history on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

  1. Open the Settings app.
  2. Tap your name, then tap Media & Purchases. You might be asked to sign in.
  3. Tap Purchase History.
    iPhone showing the Purchase History menu option in Settings.
  4. Your purchase history appears. If you want to see purchases that you made more than 90 days prior, tap Last 90 Days, then select a different date range.

Learn what to do if you don’t see the item you’re looking for or if you see unexpected charges.


See your purchase history on your computer

  1. Open the Music app or iTunes. From the menu bar at the top of the screen, choose Account, then click View My Account.
  2. On the Account Information page, scroll down to Purchase History. Next to Most Recent Purchase, click See All.
    Mac showing the Purchase History section of the account information page with "See All" selected.
  3. Find the item. It might take a moment for your Purchase History to appear. If you want to see purchases that you made more than 90 days prior, click Last 90 Days, then select a date range.

Learn what to do if you don’t see the item you’re looking for or if you see unexpected charges.


If you can't find an item in your purchase history

If you can’t find the item you’re looking for, try these things before you contact Apple.

Find out if a family member purchased the item

If you use Family Sharing, your purchase history shows purchases that you made using your Apple ID, but you won't see what other family members bought. To see what other family members bought, sign in with their Apple ID.

If family members have access to your device, you might want to require a password for every purchase.

To control what kids buy on their own devices, turn on Ask to Buy.

Check if you purchased the item with a different Apple ID

If you don't see an item in your purchase history, you might have been signed in with a different Apple ID when you made the purchase. Sign in with that Apple ID to check if your purchases were billed to that account.

Sign in with your Apple ID.


If you see purchases that you don't recognize or unexpected charges


Information about products not manufactured by Apple, or independent websites not controlled or tested by Apple, is provided without recommendation or endorsement. Apple assumes no responsibility with regard to the selection, performance, or use of third-party websites or products. Apple makes no representations regarding third-party website accuracy or reliability. Contact the vendor for additional information.

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Sours: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204088

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