Ian011 wrote: »
Watching a couple of films costs more than buying a car?
What sort of insanity is this?
gavrc wrote: »
If I were to buy a 2GB contract, I expect to be allowed 2GB and no more. Allowing an 'overdraft' like this is deliberately in place to make money off less savvy customers.
sultanabran wrote: »
Until he explained a cap to them meant they would simply send a text message when you were close to exceeding your allowance!
It's in their interest to not have a cap as they know people go over it and the excess data charge probably net them a fortune!
silverwhistle wrote: »
Exactly! The customer may have been a bit remiss or careless, but the companies act in their own interests on this and I can't believe all the apologists on here who think they acted in good faith.
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