About the charge of additional data

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About the charge of additional data

okay so I exceed my monthly data limit and is informed that ATT's gonna charge me $15 for additional 200MB (I have the minimum data plan), and my question is whether ATT charges the fee per additional 1MB or just the $15 as long as I don't exceed it again?

 

thx very much.

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Accepted by topic author doahuang
‎09-30-2015 1:39 AM

Re: About the charge of additional data

The $15 is for another 200MB.  If you use more than that this month, you will be charged another $15 for another additional 200MB.  This will continue until your monthly billing cycle restarts. 

 

The best thing for you to do now is to switch to the DataPro plan for $25, and back date it to the beginning of this billing cycle in your OLAM.  As it is now, you are spending at least $30 for at least 400 MB.  You save $5 with my suggestion, and probably won't go over again this month, based on your usage.  You can switch back to DataPlus for your next billing cycle.

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Re: About the charge of additional data

so it's like ATT already charged me $30 for 400MB, right?

 

alright i think i'll never exceed my data limit again

 

btw, no matter what it's a ripoff Smiley Sad

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Re: About the charge of additional data

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Yes, from the wording of your first post, it sounds like you have already been billed the additional $15 for a total of 400MB.

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Accepted by ATTJulieCS (Community Support)
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Re: About the charge of additional data

@doahuang, visit http://www.att.com/shop/en/wireless/data-plans.html#fbid=HZSOQHQ0xDP for information on overage charges and available plans that may better fit your needs. Let us know if you have any questions.

 

 

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