Although Stacey Dodge has canceled her AT&T account and ported her wireless service to a new carrier, the bills keep coming. How can she get rid of them? “I canceled my AT&T service, so why am I still being billed?”
Why is Ramesh Kaimal being billed for an extra week of wireless service with AT&T, even though he’s already given up his phone? And is there any chance he can get his money back? “Why isn’t AT&T prorating my bill?”
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Question: I stayed at the Wingate by Wyndham Charlotte Airport, and on the first night, I was having some cellphone problems. Knowing that other Wyndham properties offer free long distance, I decided to look in the hotel services book provided in the room. Under the telephone section, it says: “Local calls are free of charge. Long-distance access in the United States is complimentary.”
“What should I do about this $50 phone bill?”