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  1. #1
    HF
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    I'm saving a whopping $3/month on my wireless service via the
    "Combined Billing" option (land line & DSL & wireless).

    As a result I can no longer view detailed account/billing info via
    cingular.com [contract details, call details, sms details - all I can
    do is check minutes used)

    SBC or Cingular Customer Service cannot tell me how I can check SMS
    usage - anyone here know how?
    TIA



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  2. #2
    Jack Zwick
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    Re: SBC local / Cingular Combined Billing query

    In article <[email protected]>,
    [email protected]il.com (HF) wrote:

    > I'm saving a whopping $3/month on my wireless service via the
    > "Combined Billing" option (land line & DSL & wireless).
    >
    > As a result I can no longer view detailed account/billing info via
    > cingular.com [contract details, call details, sms details - all I can
    > do is check minutes used)
    >
    > SBC or Cingular Customer Service cannot tell me how I can check SMS
    > usage - anyone here know how?


    Have you tried logging into www.cingular.com ?



  3. #3
    Andy S
    Guest

    Re: SBC local / Cingular Combined Billing query

    >> In article <[email protected]>,
    >> [email protected] (HF) wrote:
    >>
    >> I'm saving a whopping $3/month on my wireless service via the
    >> "Combined Billing" option (land line & DSL & wireless).
    >>
    >> As a result I can no longer view detailed account/billing info via
    >> cingular.com [contract details, call details, sms details - all I can
    >> do is check minutes used)
    >>
    >> SBC or Cingular Customer Service cannot tell me how I can check SMS
    >> usage - anyone here know how?

    > "Jack Zwick" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > Have you tried logging into www.cingular.com ?
    >

    OP tried that, Jack.
    Says so in the OP's post.
    Or, did you fail to see that as
    well?

    --
    Andrew D. Sisson





  4. #4
    Richie
    Guest

    Re: SBC local / Cingular Combined Billing query

    With SBC/Cingular combined billing, you can only check number of minutes
    used.
    For SMS, you just have to wait for your bill. My friend has combined
    billing and that's all he has.

    For combined billing you can also get free FastForward free of charge
    (that's call forwarding) -- a $2.99 value.


    "HF" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I'm saving a whopping $3/month on my wireless service via the
    > "Combined Billing" option (land line & DSL & wireless).
    >
    > As a result I can no longer view detailed account/billing info via
    > cingular.com [contract details, call details, sms details - all I can
    > do is check minutes used)
    >
    > SBC or Cingular Customer Service cannot tell me how I can check SMS
    > usage - anyone here know how?
    > TIA






  5. #5
    Joe Fabeitz
    Guest

    Re: SBC local / Cingular Combined Billing query

    Me too. Kinda sucks, if you ask me. They obviously want us to do combined
    billing to save money and trees. BellSouth is also promoting the "bundle"
    of services, phone, wireless, cable TV, DSL, all combined into one bill, but
    losing some of the on-line services penalizes those of us that buy in to
    this.

    "HF" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I'm saving a whopping $3/month on my wireless service via the
    > "Combined Billing" option (land line & DSL & wireless).
    >
    > As a result I can no longer view detailed account/billing info via
    > cingular.com [contract details, call details, sms details - all I can
    > do is check minutes used)
    >
    > SBC or Cingular Customer Service cannot tell me how I can check SMS
    > usage - anyone here know how?
    > TIA






  6. #6
    Joseph
    Guest

    Re: SBC local / Cingular Combined Billing query

    On Mon, 6 Dec 2004 13:22:19 -0500, "Joe Fabeitz" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >Me too. Kinda sucks, if you ask me. They obviously want us to do combined
    >billing to save money and trees


    Hah! Saving trees. That's really too funny. Same way as spammers
    save trees by not sending spam through the mail and leeching off
    others instead.

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  7. #7
    Jack Zwick
    Guest

    Re: SBC local / Cingular Combined Billing query

    In article <[email protected]>,
    Joseph <[email protected]> wrote:

    > On Mon, 6 Dec 2004 13:22:19 -0500, "Joe Fabeitz" <[email protected]>
    > wrote:
    >
    > >Me too. Kinda sucks, if you ask me. They obviously want us to do combined
    > >billing to save money and trees

    >
    > Hah! Saving trees. That's really too funny. Same way as spammers
    > save trees by not sending spam through the mail and leeching off
    > others instead.


    SBC in Houston, TX continues as a hold out by doing zilch, nada, nothing
    to promote recycling of its phone books.

    Saving money is one motivation, and I want my paper bill, as long as
    none or so little of savings is passed to me, but SBC/Cingular cares not
    about saving trees.

    ===

    Speaking or corporations saving money and not passing it on to
    consumers, I remember a day in 1973 when I signed up to use the new free
    "Automated Teller/Banking Machine" from third national bank of Ohio.
    That didnt last long, they kept all the savings for themselves, and soon
    started charging for using the machines. While certainly they are
    entitled to do that if the want, its now 30 years since I've used such a
    machine.



  8. #8
    John Navas
    Guest

    Re: SBC local / Cingular Combined Billing query

    [POSTED TO alt.cellular.cingular - REPLY ON USENET PLEASE]

    In <[email protected]> on Tue, 07 Dec
    2004 12:13:16 GMT, Jack Zwick <[email protected]> wrote:

    >SBC in Houston, TX continues as a hold out by doing zilch, nada, nothing
    >to promote recycling of its phone books.
    >
    >Saving money is one motivation, and I want my paper bill, as long as
    >none or so little of savings is passed to me, but SBC/Cingular cares not
    >about saving trees.


    Just because of the prior paragraph? LOL

    >Speaking or corporations saving money and not passing it on to
    >consumers, I remember a day in 1973 when I signed up to use the new free
    >"Automated Teller/Banking Machine" from third national bank of Ohio.
    >That didnt last long, they kept all the savings for themselves, and soon
    >started charging for using the machines. While certainly they are
    >entitled to do that if the want, its now 30 years since I've used such a
    >machine.


    Gee -- why not shop around just a bit. My bank (Fremont Bank) has totally
    free ATMs, and will even credit me fees when I use other ATMs. Another bank
    with free ATMs is Washington Mutual.

    --
    Best regards, HELP FOR CINGULAR GSM & SONY ERICSSON PHONES:
    John Navas <http://navasgrp.home.att.net/#Cingular>



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