I have a telephone that has the following display on the homescreen:
161.00 minutes, 0 service days.
On the Prepaid/Airtime info screen the following is displayed:
Due Date: 10/03/09
The NET10 FAQ contains the following:
[Q] If I have passed the due date displayed on my NET10 phone and it is deactivated, can I still use those minutes if I reactivate my NET10 phone?
[A] No, you have 30 days from the day you go past due to add another airtime card and keep your minutes.
My question is this: Since the due date is 10/03/09, what do the minues become unuseable so that they cannot be used if refill minutes are bought?
Is it 30 days after 10/30/09, in which case the 161 minutes have been unuseable since 11/02/09?
Is the "passed due" date 30 days after 30 days after 10/3/09, so the minutes are not unuseable, but will become unuseable on 12/2/09 or thereabouts?
Whatever the rule is, does the display of 161.00 minutes means that the minutes are useable if the phone is refilled?