Why did my bill jump from $60.69 to $86.68?

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It jumped from June to July with minimal useage
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Verlinda Gross

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Viasat doesn't charge for going over your data limit. You have to log in to your account and actually purchase extra data. I would call Viasat and have them explain where the extra charge came from.
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Old Labs (VS1-329-L12FZ)

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How long have you had your account? The majority of current plan offerings have a 3 month promotional rate. After that the monthly charge goes to its normal price. For example, Liberty 25 has an introductory 3 month rate of $50 - after that it goes to $75. Add in the equipment lease and taxes and it comes out to about what your stating... as noted call and it will be explained for your specific circumstances. 

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GabeU, Champion

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With an increase like that it's most likely that promotional pricing has ended, as Old Labs intimated.  
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Matt B, Viasat Employee

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You can view your bill on account.viasat.com, it'll show you the breakdown, and you can compare your previous bills.

If you'd prefer, you can email us at ViasatListens@viasat.com, and we'll take a look for you!  If you do email us, be sure to include your account number, and a detailed explanation of your issue.