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  1. blackdudebro Orange Belt

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    So I log in to AT&T and see that my bill for one month is $107!!!
    Are you serious bro?!
    I never go over my minutes, as I don't talk on the phone much.
    Also, I never go over data usage. Mostly on wifi.

    I'm going to AT&T tomorrow to see why my bill is so inconsistent from month to month. I agreed to $87 a month for just one line.

    Is at&t going no Vaseline on me?
    Oh and to top it off, I used my company "discount" a few months back which takes off about $5 a month.

    "Whatsupwiddat?!"
     
  2. Blood Python Silver Belt

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    doyouevenconsidertaxesandfeesbro?

    I'm on t-mobile. my shit stays the same but it's not terrible.

    like170 after tax for two lines unlimited everything and also including insurance and jump plan for my phone ($10) and financing my s4 ($20 per month)
     
  3. Josh Guest

    My bill is usually around $105 a month.

    Unlimited texting
    Unlimited calling and no long distance in my province
    Voicemail, Caller ID
    6GB Data
     
  4. j98 Brown Belt

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    100 minutes, but I never talk that much anyway, never even went over before.
    100 MB of data which is fine because I just use wifi anyway
    no texts Because I just use the data with google voice to get free texts.
     
  5. blackdudebro Orange Belt

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    Yeah, taxes and fees is where they get the C.R.E.A.M.

    What's up? Who tryin' to get on that framily plan though? Haha
     
  6. DownwardStrike Purple Belt

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    $50/month

    Unlimited data, unlimited text, 500 minutes.
     
  8. Blood Python Silver Belt

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    did u just sign up? when I cancelled my att uverse they were persistent on allowing me go back to a promotional rate to keep me (but my decision was made for other reasons). If you've been a longtime customer just call and tell them you're thinking about switching to t-mobile or somewhere because money is tight
     
  9. 62.00 bucks a month with Virgin Mobile.....
     
  10. BornOnMonday Rise. Platinum Member

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    $30 on T-Mo. Unlimited text & data with 100 minutes, which is way more than I need anyway.
     
  11. Michaelangelo Okay USA Platinum Member

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    Data is 30 a month by itself but I have unlimited with AT&T so it's worth it. We have 4 lines and 2 data plans. It's about 180 a month.
     
  12. facePuncher7 Founder of the militant wing of the Salvation Army

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    $50aud a month for unlimited calls and sms in Australia. Only 500mb data though (home WiFi FTW!)
     
  13. odog A cat trapped in a dog's body

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    $28 a month after taxes. I rarely use it.
     
  14. Josh Guest

    That's a good plan.
     
  15. Count Zero Twisting Nether

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    Damn, I need to switch to one of these. Mine is like 45-50 or something a month, more minutes than I ever use (I think I get somewhere between 250 and 400), but nothing else. I thought I was getting a decent deal for a barebones just-voice plan but now I feel like I'm getting ripped off. Cheapest plan I could find with Sprint.

    Besides Born on Monday, what carriers you folks use ?
     
  16. odog A cat trapped in a dog's body

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    I am in Canada. I am with a company called Koodo. I don't know how many minutes I get, but have never gone over. No long distance fees within Canada. I don't use data but I know it's done in $5 increments. So if I have to check a few emails it would bump it up $5 for the month.
     
  17. doomrider7 YROO XRKSVI! GIRZMTOV!

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    I split with my stepbrother a family plan with T-Mobile at about $50-55 or so counting tax for unlimited everything.
     
  18. loyalyolayal Steel Belt

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    Unli Data $9.30 for a month. yep. no monthly bills.

    i'm in kuala lumpur & i really don't need text or call bs. i have skype for that.
     
  19. Irenaeus Black Belt

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    Work pays my phone bill, but I doubt it's much except for data use when abroad.
     
  20. King Charles** Purple Belt

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    73$ total unlimited everything on US Cellular about to jump on the UE Straight Talk for 45$ though.
     

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