How to avoid expensive and unnecessary cell-phone charges. YAHOO! NEWS
While many of us are now willing to pay upwards of $100 per month to connect our smartphones and tablets to cellular networks, there is still the potential for "bill shock" if we don’t read the fine print.
From the man who was charged more than $62,000 for downloading "Wall-E" while traveling to Mexico to the two buddies in Philadelphia who were hit up for $26,300 after attempting to set a world record for text-messaging, there are many cellular horror stories that will motivate us to abide by even the most arcane rules and regulations. There are also more hidden and less outrageous charges found in practices like text-message “cramming” and in-app purchases that can add to your monthly bill.
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