Monthly billing with plan change in middle of billing cycle

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I am changing to seasonal hold plan 9 days into my billing cycle. I am being billed the full monthly plan fee for the full billing cycle. Why is my billing not prorated to 9 days full service and the remainder of the month on the seasonal hold plan rate.
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Sue Ceulemans

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Posted 5 years ago

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Lets say your billing cycle close date is the 10th.
You make the changes the 1st of the month *9 days until your next cycle*

Your current plan is $60
New seasonal hold $15

What you use so far from the 11th *First day of billing cycle* until the 1st *plan change day* you have spent $40 which you should get a credit back of $20

The seasonal hold gets charge from the 1st until the 10th, an amount prorated of $5 plus the first month in advanced of $15.00 for the seasonal hold.

Charges: for seasonal hold $20
Credits from older and more expensive plan $20
Next bill should be zero!

This is just an example. Unless you provide us with accurate info. Such as Plan price, Billing cycle.

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The reason the bill has not been prorated yet is that the plan change hasn't happened yet. Right now it is simply a scheduled change, and this scheduled change can be cancelled right up until the day it takes place. Once the plan change actually happens, a prorated credit will be applied to your next bill.
I believe your bill is a month behind, so your actual new plan rate will not show up on your bill until the following month, since you changed plans in the middle of the month :)

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