What the heck is nation wide data as opposed to data? Isn't data, data?

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Ray Gilder

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Ahmad

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There's no difference. Data is data. Don't get hungover the wording
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Then why do I get charged for them seperately? I have a 250 MB plan, I used 35 MB of nation wide data and I got charged $10.00 for being over. How does that work?
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You went over your plans alloted amount of data by that much and your overage rate is $10 per whatever is specified in your plan.
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Oh...so the total usage would be 285 MB...now I get it. Thanks
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Nationwide = In Canada

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