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Sun, Nov 10, 2019 3:16 PM


Why is my bill going up $5 but the new bill is $31 more than what I pay. After I changed to a $10 cheaper plan yesterday it now says my bill will be $150????


Gary L

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15.8K Messages

a year ago

I'm guessing are looking at the Customer Service Summary which is notoriously incorrect in its estimates. 



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