data rollover

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I seen advertisment today that t moblie had they call it stash data. If you don't use the data why lose it or the big companies keep it. You pay for it. So they rollover to the next month. That idea to pass on to the big boys in charge.
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A. Everett Neuman

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Hi Jason,
I'm with ya on this one, and so are many other forum members who have brought up the idea.

Exede has mentioned that the idea is in their bucket list, and that new things where going to happen in 2015. We can only hope this data sock will be one of them.
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Hi Jason, This idea has been brought up many times on the forum. We know new things are coming soon and you can keep updated for changes here and on our website. =) 
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I know tracphone has data rollover. But you have to buy new data card every 3 months. I now have around a 1000 unused data. Sure will be gald if ever get cell tower done and hope it takes TracPhone. Theyare suppose to have ATT&T,Verizon and something else that works. 
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So basically something may or may not happen later at some unspecified time and we should all shut up and wait and trust that said unspecified action will magically make all the things so much better?

In other words: "I'll glad pay you tomorrow for a hamburger today".
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Ummm, no.  You pay them today for what you agreed to when you signed up, and when, and IF they chose to give you more for that money, you can complain that that hamburger doesn't have cheese on it.
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I like that comment. That is so true.

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