Probably not since it's not really a cancelation but a temporary termination of service. It would likely run to the end of your "month" (30 days from start) and not be refundable or no rollover days useable on the next activation. There would almost certainly be no activation fee since AT&T wants you to restart service ASAP.I wonder if there is a cancelation fee or a reconnection fee? I could picture AT&T doing that.
Hopefully there will be no reoccurring activation fee. There might be an initial one to start with.I hope not.
I hope it's
$14.99 + taxes for 250mb
$29.99 + taxes for unlimited
I hope there is not like a $10 dollar activation. That would be bogus. I guess we will see.
Yeah, I'm thinking maybe an initial activation fee.Hopefully there will be no reoccurring activation fee. There might be an initial one to start with.
Based on your prices above, then maybe annual fees of:
- $120 per year for 250MB
- $300 per year for unlimited.
If I understand what you are saying, I don't believe that they will go that route.What i hope is that if you run out of the $14.99 for the month, you can upgrade to the unlimited for just $15 bucks more. I hope they don't charge you the full prices again.
No, I'm saying, we know the base prices areIf I understand what you are saying, I don't believe that they will go that route.
Rather they will want the funds up front to provide a discount.
Three month, 6 month, annual and bi-annual plans come to mind.
But you never know.
If any company would do it I would imagine AT&T in the US would be the one, I'm not sure about other countries. They already do rollover minutes, so I guess it is possible but I really don't think they will.If only you could buy bandwidth and keep it until you use it all, I'd consider the 3G version over the Wi-Fi. For example, pay $14.95 for 250MB that you can use without time limits until you run out of bandwidth (ideal) or the very least up to 3-6 months.