Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Foster, Aug 16, 2007.
How much was the bill?
Not even $300. Including activation. $274.81.
I'd hit it.
That is insane. A 300 page bill is totally unnecessary for this type of thing. I would love to know the final total of her bill.
Yeah, I'd hit it too.
I'd hit it.
Then never call.
On a related note, she is very hot. She also looks very familiar...
My ex girlfriend got a bill like that before, in a box, but it was for a regular Cingular cell phone.
So, what was on all those pages?
Bah. Didn't even show any jubblies.
Apparently Apple thought they need to send out details of every data transfer, regardless of the fact that they charge a flat fee for them. She is a pretty active vlogger, but still. Any other iPhone users around here get a bill like this?
Yeah, a little flatter than I typically like.
It says that his charges were dropped since she was the first to get a bill that costly
Edit: whups, different person in the news article
AT&T spells out every data transfer.
And she had 30,000 text messages in a month. That's right, thirty THOUSAND. Damn.
She was on MacBreak Weekly this week and elaborated that she has her Twitter and Facebook updates set up for SMS, so the bulk of those texts were incoming social networking updates, but still. Damn.
I love that it came in a box. So ridiculous.
eh, it ain't cheap being trendy with useless gadgets.
While it's nice that AT&T gives you lots of information on your bill, it can get a little crazy. We have a family plan, four phones, and I've received bills that are 60-70 pages sometimes. It's really a waste of paper. While I know I have the option of viewing and receiving my bills online, I'm a bit old fashioned a like paper bills. Still, I don't think I need to get a bill that itemizes everything done on my account.
I think AT&T should reserve those bills for people that either specifically request it or for individuals that challenge fees.
EDIT: As for the chick... yeah... so so...
She was ugly and got what she deserved
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