Think about it like this; your data is available for the duration of your plan cycle (10/30/90 days). If you purchase a 4GB Data option on a 90-day plan, you will have 90 days to use it. If you’re on a 30-day plan, your data will only last for 30 days and any unused data will not be carried over into the next 30 day period. It’s the same for the 10-day plan; your unused data will expire when your 10 days are complete.
Just so you know, if you purchase an Add-on, it rolls over until it’s all used up.
Oh? That I did NOT know. So, from what you're saying, for 90 Days, 4 Gig is for Duration of 90 Day, Not 4Gig per Month, like 12Gig for Full 90 Day? Hmmmm
That will Help ppl understand when/IF they choose to pursue a 90 Day, Which I believe has a Place with This carrier.
As a Celebrity said, Get READY, FOR THE NEXT 90 DAYS, LOL
The Progress's is Well Worth the Wait
I'm slightly unclear on this.
Let's say I have 1GB on a 90-day plan. I use it up 2 months in, so I buy a 2GB add on. I use that 2GB until the end of that 90-day cycle, at which point there's 1.5GB left. When the new 90-day cycle begins I get a new 1GB allotment.
My question is, when I begin using data in the 2nd 90-day cycle, does it begin by using the data allotted data before moving onto use the remaining 1.5GB add on?
This may be an obvious system, but I want to be sure that's how it works!
@manil_c It is my understanding that any plan data you have available is used up before your add-on data begins to be consumed. Others may please correct me if I'm wrong.
So in your 2nd 90 day period, your 1GB plan data would need to be exhausted before you start using up the 1.5GB remaining from your purchased add-on.