How Long Is the Statute of Limitations on a Cell Phone Bill in the Stat of Michigan?

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The statute of limitations for any unpaid bill is seven years. As long as you don't pay the bill, someone will be trying to collect. Eventually the cell phone company will probably sell the debt to a collections agency and, believe me, they can be ruthless in trying to get their money.
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