Cost of going over my minutes

Cost of going over my minutes

Cost of going over my minutes

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Kakuemmom
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Cost of going over my minutes

Hi I just noticed I have gone over my daytime talk mins for this month.  I have searched the faq to find out how much I will be charged per min over but there seems to be no answer to this one the site.  Can someone plz let me know thank you .

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Re: Cost of going over my minutes

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@Kakuemmom wrote:

Hi I just noticed I have gone over my daytime talk mins for this month.  I have searched the faq to find out how much I will be charged per min over but there seems to be no answer to this one the site.  Can someone plz let me know thank you .


Hello Kakuemmom,

 

  Welcome to the community!

 

  **edit** Do you have a current in-market plan or an older plan?** If I'm not mistaken, additional minutes cost 50¢ (20¢ for Call Forwarding) (see Full details here) for in-market plans. **edit** For an older plan, the costs may be different. You might consider sending a moderator a PM, contacting Fido via Twitter of Facebook, or contacting Fido via customer service to determine the costs specific to your plan**

 

  Hope this helps Smiley

 

Cheers

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Cawtau
Senior MVP


@Kakuemmom wrote:

Hi I just noticed I have gone over my daytime talk mins for this month.  I have searched the faq to find out how much I will be charged per min over but there seems to be no answer to this one the site.  Can someone plz let me know thank you .


Hello Kakuemmom,

 

  Welcome to the community!

 

  **edit** Do you have a current in-market plan or an older plan?** If I'm not mistaken, additional minutes cost 50¢ (20¢ for Call Forwarding) (see Full details here) for in-market plans. **edit** For an older plan, the costs may be different. You might consider sending a moderator a PM, contacting Fido via Twitter of Facebook, or contacting Fido via customer service to determine the costs specific to your plan**

 

  Hope this helps Smiley

 

Cheers


FidoMaria
Former Moderator

Hi @Kakuemmom & welcome to the Community! Smiley

 

Just to add to what @Cawtau said, the overage would vary based on when your plan was taken. You can find the info in your service agreement, or in the confirmation e-mail we send when you change plans.

 

Let me know if you need help finding it!