My plan cost shows up as being $150 for 90 days. That was also the plan total on the plan I chose.
Yet when I check my account payment history 4 deductions are made and they add up to $225. This has happened twice since I opened my account at PM.
The 4 deductions are:
$25 for 90 day pass
$105 for 6GB data
$65 for talk
$30 for text
What am I missing? It looks like I'm being over-charged.
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Yes, everyone, no matter how they pay for service, at the time of payment, all applicable taxes are paid immediately.
You are correct. I do have a credit that makes up the difference. I am being charged correctly.
I do not see taxes being deducted though, unless they are part of the plan cost.
Your credit card statement, or your voucher receipt will show the tax. Taxes are not shown on the Public Mobile website.
If you're in Ontario, your total charged to your credit card would be $169.50, after taxes.
@Gerry yeah it's a bit confusing. Sounds like you've got it worked out, but just in case, here's a breakdown I did a while back: https://productioncommunity.publicmobile.ca/t5/Announcements/Public-Mobile-Website-Changes/m-p/18323...
@richardayling was this credit card charge for your first renewal? There is a bug where sometimes the system does not properly charge sales tax when you activate your service, meaning you under-paid upon activation; however, taxes kick in with the first (and subsequent) renewal. The prices you see on Public Mobile's site are all pre-tax, and you are taxed on the top-up.