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Just to make sure about wireless web

Discussion in 'LG Electronics' started by LoveTheTones, Jun 1, 2003.

  1. LoveTheTones

    LoveTheTones New Member

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    If I'm using the Yahoo portal, even though when I go to WEB and it says "Charges will apply now", it's really free? And if so, is everything I do on there (i.e. check mail, get stocks quotes) also free, or are there any areas that may impose text message charges?

    Thanks for the newbie help
     
  2. Veen

    Veen New Member

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    I'm pretty positive that what they're referring to as the "Charges" are your normal minutes usage for the web. If you aren't paying the $15 for unlimited Vision usage, or you're with another carrier that might charge by the minute, that's probably what they're referring to. I know before I got that $15 for unlimited usage on my bill it was like .5 cents a kilobyte or something like that. It's based off of your data if you didn't pay for unlimited usage. Considering that you did, I really wouldn't worry about it. Just watch your next invoice.
     
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    LoveTheTones New Member

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    I think maybe you misunderstood my question, since you said "considering you did pay". I'm using Yahoo's WAP instead of VZs. Hence I'm only paying for airtime charges. But I'm wondering if there's any applications (maybe such as Yahoo messaging) that WOULD somehow cause Verizon to charge me, maybe via text messaging.

    Sorry if this question is confusing, as it confuses me as well [​IMG]
     

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