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    Angry AT&T Rollover Minutes Only One Month?
    Hi

    I bought a IPhone Dec 2nd, 2007.... I have the 900 minute plan.. I used 167 minutes for the first month...

    This is what my account says about the rollover minutes...

    Rollover Summary
    You have 733; You used 0, 0 minutes to expire on 02/03/2008

    I thought the rollover minutes would add up as I have seen others that have thousands of minutes that have rolled over....

    Are the rollover minutes only good for one month? I thought that if you didn't use all of your minutes they would rollover for up to one year....

    Comments please!
    Thanks so much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by theetoothfairy View Post
    Hi

    I bought a IPhone Dec 2nd, 2007.... I have the 900 minute plan.. I used 167 minutes for the first month...

    This is what my account says about the rollover minutes...

    Rollover Summary
    You have 733; You used 0, 0 minutes to expire on 02/03/2008

    I thought the rollover minutes would add up as I have seen others that have thousands of minutes that have rolled over....

    Are the rollover minutes only good for one month? I thought that if you didn't use all of your minutes they would rollover for up to one year....

    Comments please!
    Thanks so much!
    perhaps it should say " You have 733; You used 0 minutes. You have 0 minutes that will expire on 02/03/2008"

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    same as my plan, my rollover minutes expire a month later, so they only rollover for one month, and of course my new minutes get used before my rollover ones

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    Cool Rollover minutes should be good up to a year
    Hi,

    I too have AT&T for my cell phone carrier. And from what I understand, rollover minutes should be valid up to 12 months from the month that it's rolling over from....or at least mine does.

    If I were you, i'd call them and confirm it. Keep in mind that the only minutes that rollover are the ANYTIME minutes.....not Night & Weekend nor Mobile to Mobile.

    I am so happy that AT&T offer their customers the rollover plan....it has saved me a couple of times.

    Hope this helps the rest of you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theetoothfairy View Post
    Hi
    This is what my account says about the rollover minutes...

    Rollover Summary
    You have 733; You used 0, 0 minutes to expire on 02/03/2008
    Yeah, you're just reading it wrong.. It says 0 minutes to expire on the 3rd.. If your minutes were going to expire it would read 733 minutes to expire on the 3rd. You should be all good..

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