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Understanding Your Cell Phone Contract

Posted on December 17, 2007
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When you avail of a cell phone line from a service provider, chances are that you also will receive a cell phone contract. This contract allows you to understand what services are included in a certain cell phone plan. Understanding what is stipulated on it is important.

Signing up for a monthly cellular service will include a cell phone contract that lays down the specific of your contract. This will serve to provide answers to a number of questions that you might find yourself asking later on. It contains some of the most important information that you may need to know in order to better understand the charges that the cellular provider may add up to your own monthly bill.

Before you sign in on your cell phone contract, it is first wise to check your Wireless Billing Plan Rate. This is usually the amount that you have seen advertised in the media. The cost of different mobile service plans may differ per month. Usually, additional charges and taxes are not included with the sated amount. The amount may also come differently on your bill statement since extra features such as text messaging and roaming fees are also not included with the given plan rate as it was advertised.

When getting a new cell phone plan, you should also learn about its additional usage charges through the cell phone contract. Different mobile providers give different rates for additional usage as stipulated in the cell phone contract. This is usually the reason why you find your monthly bill always higher than advertised. Knowing about the rates can help you save a lot on your monthly bill and the only way to know about it is to closely read and understand what the contract provides for additional usage charges on your cell phone.

All mobile carriers may also require an advance deposit from some customers before they’ll activate the cellular service. But their policies regarding what they do with that deposit may also differ sharply. Some providers will pay "simple" interest on the deposit, while others won’t.

It is also important to note that while all mobile carriers reserve the right to use the deposit to pay outstanding bills, there are others that won’t allow you to do the same. You should better check on your cell phone contract to know where your provider stands on this part of your cell phone plan.

 
 

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