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fritzmerde

I called Verizon, about my $500 youtube bill, or should I say my 3 year olds bill. They issued me extra KY & lame excuses

Apparently with my account there's a limit to how much youtube time you're alloted, news to me. You'd think that there would be some sort of warning, notifying 1 of the fact that the monthly minute allotment had been reached & any further viewing would rob you blind. So the rep said he'd reduce it to $200. Fine, now they can go after my 3 year old. Anybody else run into this sleazy business practice? If so any suggestion would be appreciated

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You can check your data usage quite simply on your Verizon phone at any time. Might be best to keep things like cell phones away from a 3 year old.

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You use the time, you pay the dime!!!!
Why is a three year old, spending that much time on YouTube???????? Bad move, really a bad move!!!!!! Oh, it's your bill, phone is in YOUR NAME!!!

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That is exactly right!
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What? You are being scammed. Switch your providers, pronto! You don't pay by view on a computer... if so my bill would be 2000 dollars, lol. You pay a monthly fee for usage, some are combined with phone and cable. If you have a desktop or laptop let your lil guy watch from there, not your phone. If you threaten to change providers they might take something off the bill, it's a shot!

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I answered something like yours a few days ago. I've never heard of "limited YouTube time" Only thing I know of is data usage. They seem desperate to get extra money out of you. I'd look at your contract and see what it says, I've never heard that, although I have At&T, still lol.

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