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What to Expect on the Bill after Wireless Butler




February 25, 2016



People use Wireless Butler for different reasons, but in many cases it’s to save money. Our goal is to make sure you get what you pay for or you pay as little as possible for what you need.

After following our recommendations for your plans, your next bill should be lower. But don’t be surprised if you see prorated charges.

If you move to a new plan that costs less in the middle of a billing cycle, your next bill will likely show pro-rated charges for both your new and old plans.

If your carrier backdates charges, you might see partial credits.

Either way, make sure the plan listed on your latest bill matches the plan we recommended.


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