I just went through hell with my cable TV provider (Cox) because they charged me for something accidentally and wouldn't refund me the money. And they tried to charge me a cancellation fee for something I didn't even order! The customer service representative kept insisting I called in and requested the additional service. I want to avoid a similar situation with my AT&T service. I tried calling but it seems they are closed on Sundays. I bought my plan online and got my free phone. But I forgot to port over my old number, so I got a new #. When I got my free phone, I called AT&T and ported over my old number. I bought a iPhone, then activated it on iTunes as an existing customer. I received my bill today and it looks like I have 2 contracts. One for my old number, and another from the new number they assigned me. I'm probably being paranoid, but I'm kind of scared that I'll have to go through an ordeal to try to clear this up. Will they pull some crap and say that I'll have to pay early termination fee for the new # they assigned me? God... Also, it seems like they charged me for 2 months. Is this correct when you are a new customer? You pay the 1st month in advance? I don't understand thought -- why do they do this... how do they know how much minutes I've used or will use in advance. Thanks for anyone who can shed some light! I have absolutely no faith in big companies.