Hey everyone so I recently switched from freedom to rogers. I have a corporate plan with rogers. When i set it up through uptown wireless I was told my bill will be $53 for the service (20gb) and $45 a month for the phone (S20+). Now as I was going through the set up I have all email documents stating the amounts. I asked to confirm my billing details just to be clear how much my bill is and they confirmed. So fast forward 2 months I get my first bill that doesn't have any setup fees on it and its $128. I contact rogers they confirm that's my normal bill. What can I do? I agreed to $98+tax not $128. Is there anywhere I can send my emails to prove that I was offered this deal?
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Hello, Usually the VERY FIRST bill you receive is not a true and accurate representation of your re-occurring monthly fees, because often you might have one time charges on there such as hardware, activation fees, long distance, data overage, sim cards , and even pro-ration where you are charged for more than one billing cycle and some times promotions dont get added until a full billing cycle so its best to speak to a customer service agent to verify the average monthly cost BEFORE and AFTER Discounts, or wait 1 to 2 billing cycles
@ Preetsidhu25403, what does it say on your bill what the charges are from? your bill will show your plan fee, plus any additional charges incurred on the actual bill, so go and have a look at your bill, and see what it says, if you cant figure it out, give customer service a call