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What does it mean that easeyroam is capped at $100 per billing cycle?


does this mean that usage is blocked at $100?

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Sure it means you can send & receive txts while roaming up to the $100 plan. Idk I got unlimited in Canada but if in the USA... I will be charged for each roaming call, TXT... No plan.
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Rachelle Rochon wrote:

Sure it means you can send & receive txts while roaming up to the $100 plan. Idk I got unlimited ...

It uses your plan as you are in Canada. So if you have 500min and 1GB of data you will have full access to that while roaming.
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Let's say you are using easyroam internationally at $10/day and you used it for 30days starting on the first day of your billing cycle. Instead of being charged $300 it will only cost you $100.
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Allan wrote:

Let's say you are using easyroam internationally at $10/day and you used it for 30days starting o...

That is correct Allan. The only other thing to be aware of, which you hinted at if people go over their monthly allotment. While there no Easy Roam charge once someone reaches the max ($100) if they go over their minutes or data overage rates do apply. 
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Allan wrote:

Let's say you are using easyroam internationally at $10/day and you used it for 30days starting o...

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You have to remember though it is only for a billing cycle, I might add.
Allan wrote:

Let's say you are using easyroam internationally at $10/day and you used it for 30days starting o...

So if you are traveling during a billing cycle rollover, the easy roam charges begin anew and then recap again at $100? So you go to the US for a calendar month. After 15 days your easy roam caps at $100, but say a week later your billing cycle brings afresh and so that last week out of Canada you are charged another $50 easy roam charges???
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Allan wrote:

Let's say you are using easyroam internationally at $10/day and you used it for 30days starting o...

Yes. It stops at $100 then once you go into a new billing cycle it starts back at $0 and starts accumulating again.

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