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Discussion in 'Apple Watch' started by jbizzybeetle, Oct 5, 2017.
AT&T bill shows $8.53 in various gov’t taxes added to $10 addition for wearable on monthly bill.
Are you seeing any credits for the $25 activation fee? My understanding was that we would receive a credit for the activation fee, as well as three $10 credits for the first three months access fees. I am seeing none of these.
And I agree, the additional taxes and fees are making this watch more of a monthly expense than I anticipated.
I believe the credits will appear on the third or 4th billing cycle after activation.
Yes the taxes are outrageous. Remember our government is broke.
AT&T states that it may take 2 to 3 billing cycles for the credits to be applied.
Bill Credit: Account and service on your line must remain active to get up to two credits ($30 service + $25 activation) w/in 3 bills. No activation credit if already waived. Offer Limits: Max. of 1 activation credit/waiver per device. One credit offer per eligible Apple Watch Series 3 activation. May not be combinable with other offers, discounts, or credits.
$18.53 per month for this thing? $222.36/year. Sheesh.
Seems very odd, I don't have my Watch until today but looking at another one of my AT&T phone bills. I see a charge for $0.69 on a $40 plan. On another plan I see $7.42 on an $86.20 plan.
For once we get a good deal in the UK then. £5/month ($6.64) here, and that's including 20% tax. And first six months free.
Though we still get ripped off on the price of the Watch though!
The activation fee for me was shown as $40 with $20 credit, but there is another fee with credit in the long list on the printout. To answer factually on whether a next-bill credit will be applied, I have to go thru the bill with a CS rep — with AT&T, the printed version is alot harder to follow than the bill you see on screen.
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hmmmm, about half what I spend on venti latte breve, which lasts alot less time than my AW S0 did its 2.5 years on my wrist.
... about 10x what I spend annually on clothes, shoes, cosmetics....yes, my husband wishes I were normal and not setting the alarm for 1:50 am Oct. 27.
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These carriers infuriate me!
That doesn't make it right.
Are you getting this information off the bill itself or off the "updated contract agreement". If its the latter, thats an estimate. For me in California, that showed $20 per iPhone in fees, in reality, it was more like $4 per line. That contract agreement shows what the "maximum possible amount of taxes and fees" will be. I bet it will be between $1-2 at most.
With Verizon I have 6 phones and 2 connected devices and my taxes and fees are $35 combined
Wow. That’s a significant expense. How in the world can they justify over $8 taxes and fees on a $10 service?
Because it’s not. The OP is just guessing. It’s gonna be $1-2 per month in fees. Even iPhone lines aren’t $8 a month.
Yes but that is not what it costs for the $10 plan. The OP is mistaken. For example, as I indicated above, I only pay $0.69 in Taxes and fees. The Additional carrier fees are $2.12 for a grand total of $2.81 for a $40 plan.
If you people are worried about a few bucks in taxes on your bill how do you not pop a gasket when you look at your paychecks? This is what big government gets you.
Well that all makes way more sense. I would pay for it, but I don't even have the option (sad face emoji).
not guessing. reading bill.
with verizon - one phone's fees and taxes for me are about $12 - I havent bothered looking at the bill to see what the watch adds on.
Previousky attached now removed: page 2 of the bill with Apple Watch LTE detail. page 1 dealt with IPhone. exactly the same surcharges, fees and taxes as on IPhone page 1. any activation credits would come later. haven’t talked to ATT yet. the $108.83 is total with IPhone.
Those taxes and fees are charged on the activation fee and as well as the partial month of service. You are essentially paying double the taxes and fees because of the pro-rated charges. Taxes and fees are not prorated as they are line based. Your next bill should be no more than $12.00-$13.00 for the line including fees.
I just checked my iPhone bill. We have 3 lines on an unlimited Plus plan. We pay $13.40 for all 3 lines in taxes and fees combined.
What a complete shower of **** that bill is...
TEN hidden charges?!
My bill is:
Apple Watch: £4.17
Here I pay $3 in "Surcharges & Fees" plus $2.58 in "Government Taxes & Fees" for a total of $5.58 per each $15/mo line on my AT&T MobileShare plan.
We'll see what the watch plan ends up being.
Looking over a bill from last year with an added $10 Onstar account. (in OH)
Access to Onstar 10.00
Admin Fee .76
Regulatory Cost 1.20
OH State Local 911 fee .25
Total Other Charges 2.21
Total for Onstar 12.21
Something is amiss or ATT is gouging (not surprise). T-Mobile is charging $1.24 additional (unless you’re on the ONE plan which is taxes included).