The date changed to accommodate the last line from the 9th. Line additions in the middle of a cycle paid for can change dates a bit for the next cycle.
Post paid plans are paid a month ahead.
Think of of it in terms of Kickback. If you used less than 2GB this cycle at cycle close you wouldn't see that $10 credit until the next bill came out. You cannot NOT use that data until you have closed that billing cycle.
Thanks for that info but sounds like I'll be issued two bills this month. So strange!
One prorated for adjusted difference due to changing plan mid-cycle and the other one for the next month. and again I paid total amount of of June-July completely but with previous plan fees.
Some of the agents at Tmobile Customer Care just gave me false info that costed me a prorated fee for Tmobile One plan. I will file a complain against her as her guidance was totally misleading to rush me through change of family plan on Due Date instead of Cycle End Date.
The 2nd bill for July-August will be issued around 15th of July.
And honestly as you said "Post paid plans are paid a month ahead", I was dying of laughter because of this paradox! What is Tmobile thinking?
Thank you so much,
Post paid means you pay after you use it but you have to have a months worth of service before you can pay for it so you always pay a month ahead.
it also depends on when you pay your bill as I pay my bill four days after the bill cycle closes but it's not actually due until the end of the month so I am almost to pre-paying. Or in the least paying three weeks before it's due.
if you pay on the day the bill is due then you are almost essentially post paying.
It would be nice to be able to talk to a person and receive an answer to the question I asked rather than a public opinion pole of what problems others had, not the same as mine.