03-05-2013 2:09 PM
if I stop my auto refill from my credit card and just put plenty of money in my account via cards, etc to cover both my data and minutes will my $25monthly plan continue to reload the 250 minutes/mo automatic or do I have to initiate something
I know that is how my data plan works - but couldn't find clear info re my minutes
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03-06-2013 9:14 AM
You can add money to your account, but be mindful that minutes purchased can expire.
Here's an article with more info: http://www.att.com/esupport/article.jsp?sid=54045#
03-07-2013 8:29 AM
thank you for your response - but my question is
If I keep plenty of money in my Main Account will my $25monthly plan "automatically" reload my 250 minutes on each 30day aniversary - or do I have to do something manual via 611
I know I lose any remaining minutes each month - my only carry-over is on my data
I was previously having my $25monthly reload from my Cr Card [which auto-reloaded my 250 minutes] but have changed to just putting money in my acct
I guess I can just wait until my aniversary date and see what happens -- and if it does nothing and my minutes go to zero - then I will know I need to dial 611 and "manually" reload my $25 plan.....
03-09-2013 8:15 PM
It appears that it will auto refill both minutes and data as long as I have money in my acct
Your minutes should auto renew if you have enough money to cover the $25 monthly fee per month. Your data package would have to be refilled manually by dialing 611 if you don't set it up for auto renewal.
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03-10-2013 9:09 AM