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When I attempt to purchase the premium version of the application, I receive the error message "Internet Connection Required".

I am running a rooted nexus 5 (Hammerhead) running Android 6.0 build # M8974A.  I'm in the US on T-Mobile.  I'm able to use all other data-related functions on the device.  This is not specific to a location or connection type and occurs on all forms of cellular data connections with countless different cell towers and also occurs on all WiFi connections.
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I have the same issue, I'm on the Nexus 6 on Android 6 Build MRA58R I've already done premium in past tho. But am unable to connect out. Everything else package tracking wise still works.
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This means that the Google Play in app purchasing system doesn't work. As it's a system side problem and the app is able to connect to the courier websites, there's not much I can do.

Without wanting to suspect you, the most common cause for this is software meant to circumvent the in app purchase (e.g. Lucky Patcher). Even if you uninstalled it, the in app purchase block could still be active. It could also be some other patches that were performed (I'm just saying this as you mentioned you are rooted).

Other than that, I can only refer you to the common tips for troubleshooting issues with the pro version: https://help.orrs.de/1256/troubleshooting-pro-version-activation-via-google-play
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Unrooted Nexus 6 build MRA58RR ( Android 6 - marshmellow) Clean install.
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Google play works fine.  IAPs work fine. Google Support verified connection to the phone as well as Sprint for my device.

Deliveries is the only app giving me "internet connection required" on the purchase screen to restore account.

App works fine after I downgraded it to Android 5.1.1 LMY48Y so its an issue with Android 6 build that needs patching
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