Items and player created content in the form of
"decals" can be sold using both currency forms, even the ingame "cash"
can be sold for points. There is no "crafting" system in this game, all
you need to do is make multiple copies of what ever is in your inventory
and place it up for sale.
APB has included a VOIP option in the game, but this is a 3rd party program, and its being treated as a seprate entity. The VOIP program is managed by Vivox, and Vivox has inserted 30 second, audio advertisments in the game that only pop up about once every 3 hours. Because RTW is treating the VIOP sysem as a seprate entity, you would need to spend extra points to recieve "premimum" service that only disables the advertisments. As of now I do not know if you can "op out" of the advertisments just by deactivating the VOIP service.
This "tax" as I see it, for a service that RTW added into the game should have been factored into the main subscription fee.
Alowing some 3rd party program to insert advertising into a game that people are already paying a subscription for, and RTW Taxing us "extra" to remove it seems unfair and greedy.
In conclusion.. RTW's subscription system looks simple on the surface, but they make you pay more in the long run, by having to purchae an "overflow" of points, and also charge you extra to remove advertising, that shouldn't be there in the first place. APB doesn't have a free to play model, while there is one area you can go to if you do not have any time left, you still have to shell out cash for the softare to use the "free zone"