Local news today<br><br>iPhone is a marvel of simplicity - ahh okay<br><br>AT & T - Well people are now getting their first bills - some 20 to 50 pages worth. AT & T is outlining every minute usage in great detail , data, text yada yada<br><br>Its really pissing people OFF having to sort through pages and pages of shiit.<br><br>
We don't have a data plan, but do have a family package, with three phones. Our bills are regularly 40 and 50 pages long. It's nothing new with the iPhone, I'm afraid.<br><br>     
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That's a really stupid and boring video. But that girl's alright in that "she's not my type, but get a few beers in me and I'll... well, you know" kind of way.<br><br><br><br>And I don't use the internet with my phone, but my AT&T bill is regualrly 30 to 40 pages. I text message a lot.<br><br>
40-50 pages?? <br><br>We have the family plan with only 2 phones. Our bills are usually 5-6 pages max.<br><br>On a side note, I do have to hand it to AT&T for handling my last bill VERY well. We had upgraded to the RAZR's on June 29th. Part of the deal for getting a cheaper phone was that we had to have the data package for one month, then we will qualify for the rebate.<br><br>Well, the guy at the AT&T store told me that it wouldn't affect my plan, that it was free and we should use it, then cancel it after 30 days. <br><br>So imagine my surprise when we got our bill: $189! I called AT&T and bitched. They even charged me $18 for an upgrade fee!<br><br>After complaining and all that, he eventually dropped ALL of the extra fees and so the bill was $77. So yes, AT&T does some good some times. <br><br>my beer blog
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