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Posted Jul 11, 2012
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Usage unavailable after changing plans
I just changed my talk plan and now MyAT&T says my usage numbers will be unavailable until the start of the next billing cycle. How do I protect myself from going over my minutes in the meantime?
I just changed my talk plan and now MyAT&T says my usage numbers will be unavailable until the start of the next billing cycle. How do I protect myself from going over my minutes in the meantime?
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I would dial *646# to check the minutes. If that doesnt show them, a call to cs should tell you what you have available until next cycle. Keep in mind when you change the plan, the minutes could be prorated which could temp change what you have available until the next cycle starts.
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I would dial *646# to check the minutes. If that doesnt show them, a call to cs should tell you what you have available until next cycle. Keep in mind when you change the plan, the minutes could be prorated which could temp change what you have available until the next cycle starts.
I would dial *646# to check the minutes. If that doesnt show them, a call to cs should tell you what you have available until next cycle. Keep in mind when you change the plan, the minutes could be prorated which could temp change what you have available until the next cycle starts.

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