"Automatic top-ups just got even easier. As of today, we'll keep track of your auto top-up balance so we'll only charge you for the amount owed versus the fixed plan cost that you originally signed up with. Plus, if you ever change your plan, the top-up amount will adjust automatically"
Does this mean it will automatically use the 10% credit accrued each month in the account balance towards the top-up?
Best answer by Mayumi
You can still buy a booster when you need it.
There is not much difference (for me)
Say, with my $15 baceplan
Old system: I pay $15/mo. I receive $1.50 back on my account. It will take me 7 month to accumulate to buy a $10 booster (after spent $105 with base plan)
New system : I pay $13.5/mo since they will use 10% credit first. 7months later > after $94.50 spent for base plan, I'll buy $10 booster = $104.50 total.