If You Were Wrongly Billed Or Charged For Data Overage Fees or Data Overage Charges, Share Your Experiences With Others And Report Your Data Overage Complaint To A Telephone Consumer Protection Lawyer.
Have you been wrongly charged or billed data overage fees or charges by your wireless, mobile or cell phone carrier? Have you been charged too much for going over your allowed data usage allowance? Have you been billed for data you never knowingly used?
Data overage occurs when a phone subscriber uses more data than is included in their wireless data plan. A data overage charge or data overage fee refers to the amount that your mobile data provider (i.e., wireless service provider or cell phone company) bills for going over a specified or predetermined data allotment, data allowance or data cap.
Billing for data-overage often depends on who your cell phone carrier is and what your data plan is. Carriers often calculate and bill data usage based on the amount of data that is sent or received through the data carrier’s network, typically in increments of kilobytes (KB), megabytes (MB), or gigabytes (GB). Data overages are often billed using the cost per megabyte MB or gigabyte of a particular data plan (i.e., $2 per 1MB of data used, or $15 per 1GB of data usage, etc.). Some data plans don’t charge for data overages, but instead may throttle, reduce or limit the speed of data download or upload or internet connection after the data allowance is exceeded.
Data usage can include not only internet usage such as visiting a website on your cell phone or wireless device, but also may include instant messaging, games, applications, wallpapers, ringtones, ringback tones, streaming audio, streaming video, uploads and downloads, and other data that is transferred to or from a wireless device during a particular billing cycle.
Were You Charged Incorrectly or Improperly For Data Overage Fees?
A team of telephone consumer protection attorneys and lawyers are investigating potential data overage complaints being made by telephone subscribers about being wrongly charged or billed for a data overage fee or data overage charge.
Data-overage complaints potentially being investigated include complaints about the following data overage charges and fees, among others:
- AT&T data overage charges
- Verizon data overage charges
- Sprint data overage charges
- T-Mobile data overage charges
- US Cellular data overage charges
- Cellcom data overage charges
If You Were Wrongly Billed or Charged For Data Overage Fees or Data Overage Charges, Report Your Data Overage Complaints To A Telephone Consumer Protection Lawyer.
Fill Out The Form On The Right To Request a Free Attorney Review Of Your Data Overage Complaint.