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I Plan to Stick Around
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Data Overages

What are the overage data rate when you go over your data plan ?


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I've Been Around
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Anyone know what the charges are for using more data then your plan allows?

 

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Data Overages

Depends on your data plan.

 

If it's 100MB, then overage will cost you $10/100MB over (so, go 2MB over, pay $10).

If you have a GB+, then overage is $10/1GB (again, go over by 2MB, pay $10).

 

There is no lower pay scale... it's tiered, so over x, pay $10. Over by 2x, pay $20...

I've Been Here Awhile
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I just checked my account, and am currently 308MB over on my 500MB iPhone plan. Can anyone please help me figure out how much this will cost me? I'm currently on sick leave and REALLY can't afford a huge bill this month. 

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Data Overages

I beleive it will varry by plan.. there is usualy a $ per mb cost.

 

 

The current plans, is 2 cents per mb over... older plans, could be different.



I'm a Trusted Advisor
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Hello coffeenut1992

I would suggest contact Rogers & asking the rep this question. I know its $5 for another 500MB when you go over but i am not sure, on my case this is how it is

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Thanks 🙂

I've Been Around
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We have 1 GB to share but this month has gone over...less than 50MB What can I expect on my bill and what is the rate per MB

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Re: Data Overages

Each plan, has its own rate overage.

They JUST changed the plans on the website.. so i cant even look at the LAST listings to see 😞

But at least going by whats on the site there.. it shows $15/1gb... and 2cents / mb over that..
Now.. i am not sure HOW the overages work currently (truthfully, never gone over mine).
Not sure if its anything between 1mb and 1gb over, is $15 no matter what..or is it pro rated?
Might be worth a call in and inquire, as the website is not overyly clear.
If it is the full $15. heck, i would use as much of that extra 1g as i could