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T-Mobile raising the price for printing detailed bills for customers

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T-Mobile raising the price for printing detailed bills for customers
As we become more immersed in technology, the need to still receive paper billing may become a thing of the past. Accessing online accounts provide users quick and easy access to their monthly statements from the comfort of their homes. For those who still prefer being mailed their monthly bills, T-Mobile is raising the charge for it. If fact, it's being increased by $1.50 per line which places the new charge at $3.49 per line. You'll still receive the same detailed billing you've been accustomed to getting; except it's going to cost you even more. Sure it's great to meticulously check out every inch of the bill and inspect call records, usage, service charges, and applicable taxes. So why the hike in prices you say? One must consider the cost of printing all those sheets of paper and mailing it out to the millions of subscribers that prefer the option.

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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:43

1. behold--me (Posts: 650; Member since: 22 Jun 2009)


as if my bill isnt already enough

posted on 08 Aug 2009, 00:16

2. cartman (Posts: 45; Member since: 11 Dec 2008)


seems more and more like T-Mobile ain't what it used to be anymore. raising text prices and now billing prices, like VZ or ATT

posted on 08 Aug 2009, 07:05

3. Arielnyc2006 (unregistered)


Yea, what has gotten into Tmobile lately? First they raise the overage rate now this.

posted on 08 Aug 2009, 08:19

4. Arielnyc2006 (unregistered)


But the again, some of those detailed bills for family plans can be 50+ pages, so I guess I see their viewpoint.

posted on 08 Aug 2009, 09:13

5. Fair&Balanced (Posts: 31; Member since: 29 Jul 2009)


Yes, and each one of those 50+pages represents income for the carrier. Well, they must figure since you can't use their PCS service in a big building, they shouldn't have to send a bill to one either...

posted on 08 Aug 2009, 21:31

6. MrTelephoneMan (Posts: 4; Member since: 08 Aug 2009)


Detailed billing on a cell phone bill should be $432 per page. You people that are stuck in the dark ages and don't get your bills online need to step into the 21st century. Entire forests will thank you.

posted on 09 Aug 2009, 15:13

7. dbb10001 (Posts: 9; Member since: 16 Apr 2009)


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posted on 10 Aug 2009, 12:40

8. BlackberryUser (Posts: 609; Member since: 26 Jun 2009)


I don't have TMobile, but can't you just print your bill on-line for free? As MrTelephoneMan said though, why do you need a paper copy of the bill. With today's drive to be "green", I'm not surprised to see TMobile take this step. This decision is probably not based on money as much as it is contributing to the environment. We live in an electronic age and I hope eventually everyone will embrace it, there is very little need for a paper copy of your cell phone bill. Electronically you can import the data into a spread sheet and filter anything you want. You can't do that with a paper bill.

posted on 12 Aug 2009, 03:09

9. insider80 (Posts: 93; Member since: 26 Jan 2009)


i agree with this 100% go online and print ur own bill at home

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