Unlimited silver pricing makes no sense

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I just ended my 3 month intro pricing for Unlimited Silver.  It was costing us 109 bucks a month.  I get it, fees, modem, repair plan, whatever for 9 bucks.

 Now however, I just got my latest full price bill.  179 bucks.  Can someone explain why it now has 29 bucks in fees added?  That doesn't make sense.
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Posted 9 months ago

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uhhhh cause... you ONLY get the discount for like 3 months... then AFTER the 3 months of discount is done... the 4th month itll go back to the original price AFTER the 3 months discount... i already knew when i signed up i was ONLY gonna get 3 months discount... then i knew onto the 4th month... itll go to the original price as it was stated onto what the represenitive told me over the phone :3 so i was prepared for it :3
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I realize that.  My question was more as to why it is now 30 dollars over the 150 dollars the normal rate is.  It was only 9 dollars over when it was discounted.
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it could be... if you own the house AND the land of where your house is at... then... that might be the problem... cause... into march... my ma and i have to pay the tax fees onto our place... so imma preparing for a big increase onto the internet bill... so yeah... BUT!!! once march ends... into april itll return back to normal for my ma and i :3
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If it was an introductory price it was $150 full price. The modem rental fee is around $10 so that would put you at about $160. If you have easy care that's about $5 putting you at $165. Then you could have a specific county or state sales tax. There could have also been some type of annual property tax recovery fee. Look at your bill online and review the charges.