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    confused: my $45 plan expired two days ago, have $45 balance, why didn't it renew?

    I'm a little confused. I signed up for AT&T Prepaid $45 plan a month ago. The 1st month ended 2 days ago. Below is what I see when I log into my account online:

    Account Summary

    $45 Monthly

    Plan Expired on Sep 22

    Current Balance $45



    I added the $45 balance back on Sept 15. Should the $45 be automatically deducted on Sept 23 for the plan renewal?

    I"m currently in the mountains in Upstate New York where there's zero AT&T signal. I won't be in an AT&T service area until Saturday(9/30) when I drive down to NYC.

    Is it not being renewed because AT&T's system is not seeing the phone?

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    Are any taxes and fees deducted when you renew your service plan?
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    Quote Originally Posted by efparri View Post
    Are any taxes and fees deducted when you renew your service plan?
    When I added $45, it did collect about $3 in taxes.

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    So, you need at least $48 in your account to renew.

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    confused: my $45 plan expired two days ago, have $45 balance, why didn't it...

    Was that your third month of service? It was a promotion where you get the third month free.

    Also about the taxes, only autopay collects taxes. I am not on autopay and I make a deposit each month and only $45 is deducted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by batcave View Post
    Was that your third month of service? It was a promotion where you get the third month free.

    Also about the taxes, only autopay collects taxes. I am not on autopay and I make a deposit each month and only $45 is deducted.
    But if you are on autopay , isn't it only $40 per month?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmsilver99 View Post
    But if you are on autopay , isn't it only $40 per month?
    Autopay does not include taxes. It is $40 plus tax. It's in the fine print.

    If the account is loaded with a voucher, they assume tax was paid when the voucher was purchased.

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    Quote Originally Posted by batcave View Post
    Autopay does not include taxes. It is $40 plus tax. It's in the fine print.

    If the account is loaded with a voucher, they assume tax was paid when the voucher was purchased.
    If I buy those $45 refill cards in Delaware or any other no-sales-tax state, will I be charged sales tax? (asking because I'll be driving through Delaware next week)

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmandaCL View Post
    If I buy those $45 refill cards in Delaware or any other no-sales-tax state, will I be charged sales tax? (asking because I'll be driving through Delaware next week)
    I guess yes if there is no sales tax.

    If you buy from callingmart.com with a 10% discount code you can get a $45 voucher for $40.50. There is no tax unless you live in FL (I think).

    The current code is FALL1710. It expires on 10/17. Sign up for their newsletter for regular discount codes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmandaCL View Post
    If I buy those $45 refill cards in Delaware or any other no-sales-tax state, will I be charged sales tax? (asking because I'll be driving through Delaware next week)
    Many states do not charge "sales tax" on services. But tend to have other names for taxes on cell phones.
    Just because a state is "no sales tax" does not mean there are not taxes you might pay when you but phone time there. You might try googling for cell phone taxes and rates for Delaware.

    You might not be charged for sales tax but there might be other taxes and fees.

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    Delaware, like many other states, have a 911 tax on wireline and wireless (postpaid/prepaid) refills.
    See nena.org/?page=911RateByState
    I went into a Target and there was a 911 fee on EACH refill card I bought. (No wonder all the high value cards were gone.)

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