There was a recent Android OS update on my phone and unbeknownst to me it somehow turned all my apps permissions back on to update using data, which I'd had turned off before. It also turned off my data limit settings, which I'd had turned on before the update.
My question is why would they make those two things happen? It not only pisses off their customers, that had no choice but to allow the update and now are going to end up having to pay more of our hard earned money, for something we had no control over...
My data went almost 400 kb over its limit without asking my permission...I don't feel that this is acceptable, especially when I had it set to only update apps using Wi-Fi and to warn me way before my data limit was exceeded, before the Android OS update occurred.
Please help to understand how this happened and how we are going to get the money back for the over-the-limit data usage?