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Old April 12th, 2013, 05:32 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Simply if you go on dialaphone's website you will see that a package may consist of 250mb Wi-Fi and 500mb data.

If I turn off my packet data does that mean I will never ever be charged for using the internet? Obviously I will only be using Wi-Fi.

Who or how can someone charge me for using Wi-Fi?

Seems that my network cant. But then why would they offer say 250mb Wi-Fi free in the package deal???

Seems strange that this technology and offers have been going for a while and no one really knows whether you would be charged for Wi-Fi.
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