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Billing Cycle Question (Relating to Data Plans)

Billing Cycle Question (Relating to Data Plans)

Hello ATT community,

 

I have a quick question regarding the billing cycle that I need to address. Next month I am going to be going off on vacation and I'm going to upgrade my data plan on my iPhone 4 to the 3GB plan for that month (July 2012) only. My current billing cycle ends on June 25 (starts on June 26) and I was wondering when I should make the change online so it would apply for the month of July (billing cycle of June 26-July 25) and I won't be charged any random fees and/or it won't apply for this month's bill (current biling cycle).

 

Also, I would also like to know when I should go back to my 200MB plan (if possible - if not, then the 300MB plan) so I don't get charged for the 3GB plan for another billing cycle.

 

Thanks and regards!

 

Smiley Happy

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Master

Re: Billing Cycle Question (Relating to Data Plans)

You can make it during the billing period before you need it.  If I recall corectly, it will ask you when you would like to make the change effective and you can then tell it to be the start of your next billing cycle.

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Master

Re: Billing Cycle Question (Relating to Data Plans)

If that does not work, call ATT and the rep can make change effective when you want it to be.

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Mentor

Re: Billing Cycle Question (Relating to Data Plans)

The smartphones require a $30 data plan or higher,  if you drop the $20 300mb or 200mb whatever you have, I don't think that you can go back to your original plan.

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Scholar

Re: Billing Cycle Question (Relating to Data Plans)


mejoey1 wrote:

The smartphones require a $30 data plan or higher,  if you drop the $20 300mb or 200mb whatever you have, I don't think that you can go back to your original plan.


Smartphones require a qualifying data plan.  The $20 300 MB data plan IS a qualifying data plan for smartphones.  You would lose the $15 200 MB plan (as it's no longer available) but could still switch back to the 300 MB plan. 

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