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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by APPLEFAN8, Aug 15, 2010.
For the first month? Thought it would be like 95? Anyone know the reason? Thanks
They charge one month in advance, so it's your prorated + one month. The first month bill is always the most expensive. Your next bill should be $95.
Okay thanks! I have the money but I was expecting it to be like 95 bucks. I just looked at my bill stuff, so it said pro rated and stuff too. Why is it like that?
Also saw that I changed my features like twice and they charged me, my messaging features from 1500 to unlimited and than back. Just going to stay at unlimited I guess.
It's in your contract. They bill a month in advance.
No clue why... maybe they think that people are gonna use the phone a whole month then not pay and they wanna always be one month ahead?
So is this a 2 month bill or just a one? I'm all confused haha
They don't cancel service mid-billing cycle, so it's their safeguard to bill one month in advance in case the customer fails to pay the last bill.
Because you failed to read your contract in which it states your double billed for the first month.
The first bill is one month bill plus prorated from the day you started (sometime in mid-billing cycle to the end of the normal period).
Well, actually, it's for the beginning month that you've already used, plus the upcoming month. Not billed twice for the same month.
This isn't correct.
Damn, I need to learn to edit my posts quicker.
Try proofreading before posting.
Force of habit. Type + enter + oh **** = edit.
okay makes sense, so this is normal? lol
Yes, it is industry standard.
Do you just lost that month you paid for if you return the phone within 30 days or is that refunded too?
Don't they have customer service reps that you can ask these questions to?
It's refunded if you cancel within 30 days. After 30 days, though, some carriers such as at&t and Sprint will charge you for the remainder of the billing month whereas others such as Verizon will prorate the final month of service.
The OP is allowed to ask questions here. Contrary to popular belief, we're not all unhelpful and only shoot lines such as "Cool story, Bro."
As hard a I looked I couldn't find a place where I said not to ask questions. My question was. In reference to him getting the best answer possible which would most l likely come from his operators customer service unless you happen to be one. I don't know. Just sayin...