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I got hit with my first bill after pay for an iPhone 7 Plus and it has made me rethink what I use.
The company that sells my phone is now asking for my name, email address and phone number to help them get in touch with me.
They are charging me $1,499 after the first month and then increasing the monthly charge each month.
My phone has a 2-year warranty, so they are trying to charge me for a phone that I bought a year ago and it doesn’t even work yet.
When I called to complain, I was told that they will contact me within 24 hours and ask me to send the invoice with my name and phone numbers.
I didn’t know I needed to send them the invoice until I had to send it in to get an explanation.
I am now looking at having to pay a bill that is more than $20 for the phone I bought.
I also had an iPhone 6 Plus that came with a $650 repair fee, which I didn