Back dating my bill on verizon wireless

30-Dec-2014 00:06 by 6 Comments

Back dating my bill on verizon wireless

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So my question for the Verizon veterans is about backdating the plan change and whether or not that is necessary with the new plans.

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Instead, each was prorated (no problem) but since for the first 2/3 of the month, I was over 2/3 the allowance, I was hit with the anyway. It only charges you X days of money so you only get X days of the 2gb.

Which is funny, since I ended the full month at 1.976, and did this to avoid the risk of going over. This is not a rant, not even if I had to pay the . Start a cycle with 2gb, change it to 4gb halfway thru the month, you only get 3gb in the end.

I selected the "change plan" link from under the red bar showing my minutes were over.

I selected "unlimited" and the red bar turned green.

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