Santa Monica, CA
reply to vrette
said by vrette:The "No Long Distance Plan" Plan charge has been around for a long time with most carriers. The more recent innovation is the $2.50-$5.00 minimum late payment charge, so you can't economize on stamps and checks (in reality they're just trying to get you to paperless, so you'll overlook other billing errors.)
A fee for not making enough long distance calls? Really? Why don't they take all that extra bandwidth leftover from people not making long distance calls and put it to good use, like shove it up their... Really, this is one of the most ridiculous "fees" yet.
AT&T must do well by these niggling fees, without concern for churn. Billing nonsense was second only to "wanting for dialtone" amongst all of the households I've converted to cable triple-pay in the past two years.