Records for Pay as you Go are pretty limited. Was there something specific you were looking for? I'll do my best to put you in the right direction.
In March I brought a T-Mobile Samsung T-199 phone that I bought on-line to
our local T-Mobile store and they put a sim card in and assigned a phone
number so I assume that the first charge on my Discover bill for $21.65 is
that? Then I asked them to port my active Vonage number to the T-mobile
phone which they never could accomplish but a second charge shows up on my
Discover bill for $27.06 and it shows as VESTA*T-Mobile 888-278-3397 or
2TF1V0SRPKV. I'm not what this is?? Later in April I was able to transfer
my Vonage number to a company called Number Barn and then later our local
T-Mobile store was able to transfer it from Number Barn to the T-Mobile
phone. So if the $27.06 charge is for porting the number I assume I will
not be charged again in April?? BTW for everyones information the secret
to porting a Vonage VOIP phone number is to use their NJ zip code instead
of the owners zip code as the "Service Zip Code". Thanks for your help!
Here's what I'm imagining is happening, being a customer, not an employee.
The $21.65 is probably the fee for the SIM (it's a $20 SIM plus tax).
The first $27.06 charge was for your first month of service.
The second $27.06 charge is for your second month of service.
My guess is there is 30 days separating these two charges, and if that's the case, it supports my idea of $27.06 being your monthly fee. Maybe it's a $25 plan with 2.06 in taxes and fees that your locale charges?
Thanks! The next Discover bill should clear things up. Its weird that
they don't share the details but the phone and connections seem to work
On Mon, May 1, 2017 at 7:50 PM, smplyunprdctble <email@example.com>
While I can't look directly at your account from here, smply seems like he has the right idea. That would have been my exact guess for the situation!
You can also go ahead and contact us directly for a rep to view your account!
If you have any other questions please don't hesitate to ask.