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  1. #1
    RG
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    Am I correct that after satisfying 12 months of service with SprintPCS that
    I'm liable to pay for an extra month of service? According to my records, I
    established service on 11/10 of last year, with my first bill listing a
    period of 10/11/02-11/10/02. This initial bill including only one day of
    service usage, but was charged at the full monthly rate rather than at a
    pro-rate. According to my records, I should not be liable for any further
    monthly fees if service is cancelled on 11/10/03. Everything to this date
    has been paid for, including the most recent statement which had a billing
    period of 9/11-10/10, which recently arrived, and is in fact the '12th'
    statement received + accounted for. If anyone has experience with canceling
    service after satisfying a 12 month agreement, please respond. I am under
    the impression that Sprint does not pro-rate the first month, that the
    billing period is determined by the date your account is created, rather
    than something regionally/centrally defined as is the case with other
    wireless carriers. Should I be responsible for a thirteenth billing
    statement if service is cancelled on 11/10/03, provided there is no reported
    overage or roaming charge??







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  2. #2
    TechGeek
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    Re: 1 Year Agreement= 13 Month Billing Period???


    Technicaly, all companies you'll be responsible for 13 bills.

    Your first bill is pro-rated. So, your first bill was 11-10-2002 to
    12-09-2002. But, your 13th bill will also have any overages, extra
    costs etc.. according to your usage.

    The plans are pro-rated. Overages, extra charges (411 calls Vision
    downloads etc..) are billed at the end of the cycle. If you're
    honestly looking into leaving, you're contract should be up on the day
    you signed on one year later.

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  3. #3
    RG
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    Re: 1 Year Agreement= 13 Month Billing Period???

    in article [email protected], TechGeek at
    [email protected] wrote on 11/3/03 10:23 PM:

    >
    > Technicaly, all companies you'll be responsible for 13 bills.
    >
    > Your first bill is pro-rated. So, your first bill was 11-10-2002 to
    > 12-09-2002. But, your 13th bill will also have any overages, extra
    > costs etc.. according to your usage.
    >
    > The plans are pro-rated. Overages, extra charges (411 calls Vision
    > downloads etc..) are billed at the end of the cycle. If you're
    > honestly looking into leaving, you're contract should be up on the day
    > you signed on one year later.
    >
    > --
    > Posted at SprintUsers.com - Your place for everything Sprint PCS
    > Free wireless access @ www.SprintUsers.com/wap
    >


    Actually, my first bill was not prorated, and the date range was
    10/10-11/11/02.... The bill included the user fee of $29.99 plus the
    activation fee, and it definitely wasn't pro-rated.






  4. #4
    sprint user
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    Re: 1 Year Agreement= 13 Month Billing Period???


    sprint bills are not prorated, you should have to continue the 13 month
    if you cancel on the same day that you had activated.

    signed up 11/10/02-11/10/03
    I believe your next bill cycle starts on 11/11/03

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  5. #5
    Thomas T. Veldhouse
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    Re: 1 Year Agreement= 13 Month Billing Period???


    "sprint user" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > sprint bills are not prorated, you should have to continue the 13 month
    > if you cancel on the same day that you had activated.
    >
    > signed up 11/10/02-11/10/03
    > I believe your next bill cycle starts on 11/11/03
    >


    Actually, 12 months is 12 months:

    11/10/02 - 11/09/03. 11/10/03 begins another month and another year.

    Tom Veldhouse





  6. #6
    wldthng842
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    Re: 1 Year Agreement= 13 Month Billing Period???

    once you cancel, you shouldn't recieve a bill for the last month, sprint
    charges the normal fee one month ahead, and all overage come at the end of
    the month.


    "Thomas T. Veldhouse" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > "sprint user" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > >
    > > sprint bills are not prorated, you should have to continue the 13 month
    > > if you cancel on the same day that you had activated.
    > >
    > > signed up 11/10/02-11/10/03
    > > I believe your next bill cycle starts on 11/11/03
    > >

    >
    > Actually, 12 months is 12 months:
    >
    > 11/10/02 - 11/09/03. 11/10/03 begins another month and another year.
    >
    > Tom Veldhouse
    >
    >






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