Data Detail on ATT bill for iPhone...

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by killerbee79, Aug 6, 2008.

  1. killerbee79 macrumors member

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    Hey all,

    I got my first bill with my iPhone(1st one since i didn't buy last yr).

    When i look at my data detail section it details every data transfer. Like 2 pages worth. Thank god I got the phone on the 28th of july so I only have like 3 days worth of iphone usage on the bill (I was a current ATT cust.).

    Was iphone billing always like this? I use data A LOT and don't want a 20-30 page bill next month! Christ, it will come in a box if it's that big! :eek:

    Did anyone else see this same thing on their bill?
     
  2. alphaod macrumors Core

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  3. atluten macrumors 6502

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    I think when people got their first bills after the first phone was released this was an issue. AT&T actually changed their practice and defaulted to not providing a detailed account of all data transfers. I believe there is an option in your account to turn off detailed billing to avoid pages and pages of essentially useless information. Cheers.
     
  4. killerbee79 thread starter macrumors member

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    Holy s**t!! :eek: That's crazy! I'm going to have to have a little chat with my local ATT store rep tomorrow. That's something i don't want to get every month.

    Just now i went to my account online and switched to paperless billing just in case this is how it is. I'd rather scroll through hundreds of pages rather than get a box in the mail with my bill inside.

    Come to think of it, i should have switched to paperless billing a long time ago. I alway view it online anyway.
     
  5. appleguy5211 macrumors member

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    why not just do paperless billing? jump into the 21st century and save some trees bro.
     

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