"The case of Ms Aarons was extraordinary, even if the amount was correct," said a T-Mobile spokesman. "T-Mobile cut her bill to $2,500 and gave her six months to pay," says the company.
If they can afford to reduce a £200,000 bill to £2500 just how much does the data really cost? I was caught once with an extra £45 for roaming voice charges - never again. I've even turned voicemail off permanently as I have no wish to pay to listen to messages.
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