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Fri, Nov 6, 2020 3:24 AM

AT&T 12 months 8 GB prepaid plan

Can you specify the tax that I have to monthly for the prepaid 12 month plan. I live in Florida currently.

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lizdance40

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3 months ago

The most I've heard reported is $28.   Sorry, not possible to give exact amount, which is fed, state and local tax. 

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3 months ago

So your basing what you call facts on hearsay? Have you ever given a customer a refund and via a tech portal?

lizdance40

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3 months ago

🤦🏼‍♀️.   

This is a customer populated Forum not AT&T support. We read a lot of posts, but aren't paid to serve you.

    There have been many reports both here and on Reddit about the $300 plan.   Most very happy, a few had trouble activating. 

Taxes on prepaid are what they are.  You sign up online, so tax would be on the order form.  It's not like it's 50% of the service cost, there aren't any added fees like postpaid.  

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