I am going to have to big bill I think that the only way I should be able to unset data is to call cuz I might get a 250phone bill I pay 30

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Going over data
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?
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Chad Burr, Mobile Master

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Sign up for a plan with more data or pay the overage
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Unset data?
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What?I'd suggest changing your plan with more data if you're going over. Do this right away to prevent further overages from your current plan. Your data won't get prorated but your minutes do if you change it right away.
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To prevent bill shock, the CRTC actually limits your data overage charges to $50 a month
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Unless you agree to remove the $50 cap.
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Turn your data off when your not using it.
apps run in the background that suck your data, even when u aren't using them.

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