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Know wont be able to pay bill on time, seeing about options to avoid more charges?

this is the first time i will probably be late paying the wireless phone bill late and pride myself on being punctual at bill paying but unfortunately unforeseen events have occurred! I hope possibly there is a grace period before being charge with a late payment fee (if so how long?) or some other option! I should only be about 5-7 days late but really cant afford any more fees! Any help would be appreciated greatly! Thank u

 

this is the first time i will probably be late paying the wireless phone bill late and pride myself on being punctual at bill paying but unfortunately unforeseen events have occurred! I hope possibly there is a grace period before being charge with a late payment fee (if so how long?) or some other option! I should only be about 5-7 days late but really cant afford any more fees! Any help would be appreciated greatly! Thank u

 

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Hey there!

I believe if you have been a customer for 6 months, you can call into Customer Care and work out a payment arrangement. Smiley Wink Late fees on a normal bill usually are accessed about 3-5 days later from the initial start of a billing cycle. Smiley Tongue

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Hey there!

I believe if you have been a customer for 6 months, you can call into Customer Care and work out a payment arrangement. Smiley Wink Late fees on a normal bill usually are accessed about 3-5 days later from the initial start of a billing cycle. Smiley Tongue

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Thank u very much for your reply Evandela, will defintely give that a try and appreciate your time!
Thank u very much for your reply Evandela, will defintely give that a try and appreciate your time!

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