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Fri, Aug 9, 2019 3:43 PM

Why am I being charged $45 for data

I’m one of the original “unlimited data” iPhone customers. At one point AT&T added a $5 per month charge for that (after losing their court case), but now I’m being charged $45 per month for unlimited dataMonthly bill showing unlimited data charge. What’s going on?

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sandblaster

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39.2K Messages

a year ago

I guess you haven’t been looking at your bill. The price for that grandfathered unlimited plan went up 3 times, I believe. $45 is the current price and has been for quite awhile.

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lizdance40

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76.5K Messages

a year ago

Wow.  Someone doesn’t read notices.  AT&T did a very thorough job of notifying customers each time the legacy plan went up $5.  They had the option to terminate without ETF if under service contract.   AT&T also has introduced several unlimited plans since then, each with better price options and fringe benefits.  

You might want to catch up here.   https://www.att.com/plans/unlimited-data-plans.html

 

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