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Topic # 83881 23-May-2011 09:53
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Quick question:

If i go over my data allowance say by 0.02 gb  (30GB allowance ...usage is 30.02)

Then do i get charged $2 automatically ? even if i only used 0.02 , not 1GB ?
Or do they calculate it based on per mb ?

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  Reply # 472823 23-May-2011 10:08
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You will get charged for the next pack even if you use only a portion of it.







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  Reply # 482402 17-Jun-2011 23:11
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freitasm: You will get charged for the next pack even if you use only a portion of it.



Hmm last month I used 0.89gb over the limit and was charged $1.77  ($2 per 1GB)

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 482447 18-Jun-2011 09:41
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Ok, so you think it's pro rata. So why ask the question then? Or call their help desk.




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  Reply # 483017 20-Jun-2011 08:29
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It's prorated at $2/GB.

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