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Change due date
Most wireless companies will work with you to be able to change the Due Date. You will need to contact the wireless provider directly at their customer service line and they will set a cycle change for you to target a general due date in the month, usually between the 1st and the 28th. As a general rule, when the change is made, you will end up with a short cycle or a long cycle, depending on how the company operates. A short cycle would, for example, have a normal bill due on say, the 5th, and then a smaller bill due on the target date (like the 10th). A long cycle would have a normal bill due on the 5th, then skip the next 5th bill due date and have a larger than normal bill due on new due date. The customer service representative at the company will be able to explain the process to you directly.
Posted on Mar 28, 2014
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