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Prepaid Plans Payment
davdeb
Member

In my original post I asked for someone to explain prepaid plans.  I want to expand on my question.  From what I gather you have to pay something on your account before the expiration date whether you used the phone or not.  So is it true if you pay the minimum $15, you must add money again before the expiration date the following month?  So if you have at least $30 in your account your next payment will be in 90 days and if you have $100 or more your next payment will be in a year?  Is this correct?

Also are any taxes, fees deducted from your account, too?

Because my situation has changed, my usage of my cell phone has dropped and this why I am thinking of switching from a contract plan to prepaid.  I hope I am not going to regret this decision.

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Minniehaha
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In my original post I asked for someone to explain prepaid plans.  I want to expand on my question.  From what I gather you have to pay something on your account before the expiration date whether you used the phone or not.  So is it true if you pay the minimum $15, you must add money again before the expiration date the following month?  YES  So if you have at least $30 in your account your next payment will be in 90 days and if you have $100 or more your next payment will be in a year?   YES Is this correct? Also are any taxes, fees deducted from your account, too?  Because my situation has changed, my usage of my cell phone has dropped and this why I am thinking of switching from a contract plan to prepaid.  I hope I am not going to regret this decision "When you buy the prepaid card you do pay a sales tax on it when you buy the card that is the only tax you pay.

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