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They can? But when they move to overages, I guess whenever they tell you that you went over, but your meter says you didn't, that's totally ok for them to bill you and cut off your service if you are in disagreement I assume.
If these providers want to bill for overages, then it's time that they be regulated like utilities. I am ALL for overages if that occurs, not this "oh, well let's bill like a utility, but not be regulated like one" mess.
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