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  1. Raging

    Raging Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    So here I am, checking my T-mobile usage and minutes and guess what I see. Below is a picture of the (probably glitch?) usage and minutes I have. I have as you can see 1 million shared minutes and I've used 999,396 minutes. Does anyone know why this happened? And would it affect my bill? Thanks :)

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  2. Ageless Stranger

    Ageless Stranger Well-Known Member

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    Looks like a glitch, but save that screen shot for next month, and when it goes back to normal ask for your million minutes back :)

    Nice to see uTorrent running in the task bar ;) heh
     
  3. dkaufman1

    dkaufman1 Well-Known Member

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    Rob - here's your article for next Tues. ;-)
     
  4. Raging

    Raging Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    Wow' I'm glad that doesn't happen to me. But, from what I heard flexpay does suck really bad and is really confusing.
     
  5. Raging

    Raging Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    I actually did do that, I was on individual FlexPay before and when I tried to switch from Individual to Family Plan, it was a pain in my ass. I went to a T-mobile store and the associate spent about half an hour talking to HQ. And when they finally changed me to family plan, the took off my Unlimited Data + Messaging and he had to call back and I finally found out that Family Plan does not have Unlimited Data and Messaging. Therefore, I had to wait until my next billing cycle before I had my Data back. As much as I hate T-mobile...I love the phone.
     
  6. sammrat-sms

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    Keep this for your future reference. You never know when such kind of problem can occur in their system and ultimately user have to suffer.
     

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