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Topic # 95413 3-Jan-2012 10:36
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My bill is due today, i don't get paid till thursday, will this be allgood?

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  Reply # 563949 3-Jan-2012 10:49
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yep



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  Reply # 563960 3-Jan-2012 11:27
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blackjack17: yep


So i wont get cut off or anything? 

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  Reply # 563969 3-Jan-2012 11:52
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I'm sure there's a few days grace period where they let you pay your bill.

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  Reply # 564070 3-Jan-2012 18:03
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You wont get cut off straight away but you may incur a late payment fee on your next invoice.

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  Reply # 564286 4-Jan-2012 11:53
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kingjj: You wont get cut off straight away but you may incur a late payment fee on your next invoice.


Yeh... exactly! 

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  Reply # 564408 4-Jan-2012 17:30
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Vodafone does not charge any late payment fee. Not for mobile accounts anyway not sure about Fixed Line

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  Reply # 564431 4-Jan-2012 18:50
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Cokeboy: My bill is due today, i don't get paid till thursday, will this be allgood?


Nothing to worry about and you will not be charged a late payment fee on mobile or fixed line

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