I just received my first bill from AT&T with the cellular service for Apple Watch included and I'm curious if it's as much as what everyone else is being charged. I have one of AT&T's unlimited plans for my iphone, so the only addition service fee to add the watch was $10/mo; however, they added an addition line to my account and all the surcharges and fees that I pay for my phone's service have been duplicated for the new line. As a result, the Watch adds new charges totaling $11.74, which is more than the service fee just for the watch. I live in Arizona, so the surcharges and fees include specific items related to AZ, but the fact they are duplicates to what I pay for the phone seems unjustified, particularly when I consider how little cellular service I will actually use. I was expecting some additional tax but not this much. All totaled, the watch increases my bill by $21.74. Is this what would people are experiencing? For me, it was a well thought out decision to add $10/mo to my bill, perhaps even $15, but it's almost $22/mo now and I'm not sure it is worth it. AT&T will be giving me a credit for the service fee after three months, in the amount of $30. It's their method of letting you try it for "free", but a refund is not the same as just making it free for 3 months to begin with. At least I know this beforehand. The surcharges and fees, which amount to more than the service itself, is what seems most unjustified. If nothing else, this felt good to vent. Thx.