#BLAH* command to show individual's use of family plan minutes?

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#BLAH* command to show individual's use of family plan minutes?

As we know there is a #SOMETHING* command to show minutes used and remaining in a plan. Is there a good way to see via #BLAH* command how many minutes an individual line has used in a plan? the billing system knows about it obviously.

 

Ideally family plans should have 'quotas' so that one family member does not use up everyone else's shared minutes, but that won't happen free of charge...

 

 

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‎09-30-2015 1:39 AM

Re: #BLAH* command to show individual's use of family plan minutes?

No, *MIN# will only show the total shared minutes used. The only way to see individual usage is to go online, or call a customer care rep.

 


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Re: #BLAH* command to show individual's use of family plan minutes?


turbo46032 wrote:

As we know there is a #SOMETHING* command to show minutes used and remaining in a plan. Is there a good way to see via #BLAH* command how many minutes an individual line has used in a plan? the billing system knows about it obviously.

 

Ideally family plans should have 'quotas' so that one family member does not use up everyone else's shared minutes, but that won't happen free of charge...

 

 


Won't happen free of charge, but I believe you could use Smart Limits for Wireless to accomplish this (just in case you weren't aware of it).  It's $4.99/month, but it may be worth it on a family plan to accomplish what you are after + having the other features it would provide (ability to block calls and messages from certain phone numbers, etc.).

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