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Old 07-13-2011, 04:27 AM   #16
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I got an e-mail this morning, Khan. Maybe it's cause your account's on hold
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Old 07-13-2011, 07:43 AM   #17
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I still have 83 discs in my queue. Maybe I'll just keep on with it til they really change the prices so I can get through as many of those as possible. I know I'm having a 1st world problem here with having to decide if I want to keep Netflix as it is or change to streaming or dvd only (because I don't want to pay for both), but geez. :whine:
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Oh no, not T-Mobile too!

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As you know, T-Mobile, like many other wireless carriers, charges its customers a regulatory cost recovery fee. T-Mobile's Regulatory Programs Fee (RPF) is not a tax but is a fee we collect and retain to help us recover the costs associated with funding and complying with a variety of government mandates, programs, and obligations, such as enhanced 911 programs, number portability, and governmental requirements concerning the construction and operation of our network. These programs and the costs of compliance vary over time, as do the costs that T-Mobile includes in the RPF. Starting with bills after August 15, 2011, the RPF is increasing from $1.41 to $1.61 per line per bill cycle. Additional information about the RPF can be found in the Terms and Conditions for your account. T-Mobile's Terms and Conditions are available at www.tmobile.com.

Thank you for being a T-Mobile customer. We'll continue to provide our customers with the best services, features and benefits available in wireless.
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