I have NEVER made an outgoing voice call, but I keep having them show up on my PP call detail. It has MY number as the number called, too.
Nope...like I said, I've NEVER made a call, and the phone is actually set to not allow incoming calls.
I think that's someone calling you and being connected to your voicemail. When my phone is off and someone tries calling me, I can see the call attempt in the records even if no msg is left, and it looks like the call is coming from my number.
I would be more concerned about the one penny data usage. That is not likely to happen with actual usage and is likely a phone issue -- those pennies can add up quickly as some phones do this every 15 minutes! You need to monitor your account over a few days and if this continues call customer service.
Also, try turning your phone off and back on a few times and check to ascertain that you are not receiving data charges every time you do that -- we have had posters with that problem.
Hey! I was wondering the same thing. I haven't had my phone since Sunday. I forgot it (turned on) and left town.
I got on my account and was surprised to see several successful outgoing calls and wondered hmm? No minutes deducted though.
Since activating a Razr V3c in early July, I have lost about 25c for data that I know I haven't used. Just a penny here and there but I looked back and counted and see I've lost enough for a 3 minute call. Is it the phone? I don't even know how to use the data feature. What is triggering these penny charges? Seems the phone is doing something on its own. Help me save my pennies!
Not sure if this is the same thing, but I had something similar some months ago when a friend sent a msg via email(?) to my [email protected](?) or maybe it was via some IM interface on Yahoo/etc? Whatever, it was quite unusual as I think it showed MY nbr as the calling nbr and not the called nbr.
Even though the call record shows "Successful O/G Call", this was actually an incoming call. You can tell because your own phone number is listed. Someone dialed your number, but you did not answer the call. It either went to voicemail (they possibly did not leave a message) or the call terminated because you have voicemail turned off. Notice that no deduction was made from your balance. Page Plus should change the description for such calls to say something like "incoming call" or "unanswered call" or "Successful I/C Call". I'm assuming that "O/G" means "outgoing".
If your phone has some type of setting that ignores all incoming calls, people can still dial your number and the call will show up on Page Plus call records, since the call was processed in the switch.
The $.01 data usage is normal. I'm only using it for TomTom PLUS services (traffic, weather, fuel). I'll use maybe 5-8k at a time. At $.0012 that comes out at be about $.01.Originally Posted by mharris127
My T-Mo Blackberry is a 2G and can't do voice/data so I got the PP plan as a backup so I can still get real time traffic when I'm on the phone. Great deal...2nd cheapest non-contract deal for data/tethering I could find was GoPhone for $5/mb. ($.005/kb)
I guess I got a number that still has people trying to call it. If I could set up voicemail without eating up $$$ I'd put a computer voice on voicemail saying that you have reached a data-only number that does not accept voice calls. LOLOriginally Posted by maynard7
this looks like to me they charge me to update my roaming
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I think you can. Just dial your phone from a land line, and when it goes to VM, press #, your password, *, 4, 3, 1. Or just follow the prompts after you press *.Originally Posted by dervari
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