My phone has been working fine and I am receiving notifications that I am receiving refunds but when i logged into my account today it told me to update my credit card because it was expired. It looks like the expiry date was in 2016. How were these guys getting paid?
I usually get by with less than 500 MB of data a month. What happens if I go over? Do I get bumped up to the 20 bucks a month, 1 GB of data plan, or do I have to buy some add on for the month.
I received a warning about being low on data a few months back, so I just stopped using Google Maps and looking things up on the internet. I did not go over the 500MB limit so nothing happened. What if I would have?
Should I bump myself up to the 20 buck a month 1 gb plan and just get rebates or should I figure out how to buy additional megabytes of data?
What is easiest, can I just push a button on my phone and get the extra MB put in my account? How should I handle this?
$18.44 was my highest monthly bill in the last 365 days. I gotta assume that whopping of a bill was an overage of data…
I feel a need to properly manage my plan, because when you can do everything you want with a phone and pay under $20 a month, you are doing something right. You cannot believe the cell phone bills I hear people talking about paying. Crazy, ridiculous amounts and they do not get anything more than I do (well, maybe more data)