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call or notify the water company that covers that area and ask about bill -question landlord about changes in water bill and request copy of bill we dont have access to your accounts --water bills can vary for many reasons and one can be an undetected leak /-fines-or charge hike are others
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You want to remove SMS icons from your phone. Do you mean in your msg history file? If so, you do that by taping on the options menu - that will be shown as a three or four dots icon somewhere on your screen in your msg history file. When you tap on that icon, you will see a pop up options list. Chose delete msg or treads etc.
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you need a package for texts there are numerous ones otherwise that bill yo 15-20 ccents per text which is onle like 2 0r 3 lines of text if they are long ones just one text can be consideredr like 5 texts. You need to buy the package that best suits yoy att has 200 for $5, check with your carried unlimited is like 20 bucks on att, sprint is frree if you hav that unlimited plan, it's all in the small print, they find new ways to nail us every day
That depends on what service provider you are using. For instance, if it were AT&T, they charge $1 per day and $0.10 per minute. The $1 per day is only charged if you use the phone that day. Text messages are usually charged at $0.20/msg that includes outgoing and incoming.