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    I've been using a smart phone (tmobile comet - android) for about 3 months.
    its a pay as you go phone,
    It has wifi as well as an option to buy a web "day pass" for 24 hours of internet access.
    When i am on the road i buy a web day pass.

    Since about last week, i find i am able to browse, without purchasing a day pass, and my account balance has stayed the same, meaning i am not being charged.
    I have turned off wifi, and its still working, no matter where i am (have not traveled too far but about 5 miles)

    I should not be complaining, and i am not! but i am curious, how is this happening? and is there any way i can tell, when bandwidth is being used, whats it coming from?


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    Re: why is internet access free on my T-Mobile to go

    I suggest you go to your online account and carefully review your last few billing statements.
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    Re: why is internet access free on my T-Mobile to go

    Quote Originally Posted by camstuf View Post
    I suggest you go to your online account and carefully review your last few billing statements.
    i did say that i am on a t-mobile to go account, i have no monthly bill, and my online account balance has stayed the same
    Last edited by shinbet; 05-11-2011 at 07:57 AM. Reason: clarity



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