bill shock

bill shock

The unwanted surprise of a large monthly bill. Bill shock is most often associated with mobile phones when users incur excessive roaming charges while traveling.
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It fosters customer engagement and builds trust, making consumers willing to spend more on mobile data without any fear of bill shock or being locked into a data plan that doesn t truly meet their needs.
The only one of its kind on the market, new tariff eliminates energy bill shock.
Enables Real Time Credit Control and Bill Shock prevention, supporting Data and Voice Services for Wholesale & Retail Subscribers
Unlike many competitor deals available on the high street, each True Telecom tariff comes with 4G as standard, as well as the featured ability to cap monthly spend to avoid bill shock.
service helps travellers avoid unpleasant bill shock while providing a hassle-free user experience.
This intervention can significantly reduce calls to care agents triggered by malware, such as complaints of mobile device batteries draining too quickly; bill shock due to pirated data usage; and unwanted pop-up ads on a laptop.
We know how important it is for people to stay in touch with family and friends plus have access to the Internet anywhere and at all times without any bill shock," Vodafone said in a statement.
The initiatives are part of the EU move to implement rules as these Balkan nations prepare for accession to the regional bloc to ensure tourists in the zone won't get phone bill shock due to high roaming rates.
MILLIONS of borrowers were left fearing a bill shock after two Bank of England bigwigs backed a rate hike.
You can also limit bill shock by making sure the smartphone's data-roaming feature is switched off before you get to your resort and make use of free wi-fi hotspots in cafes and hotel lobbies.
FOOTBALL FANS WARNED OVER POTENTIAL PS5,000 MOBILE BILL SHOCK ENGLAND supporters jetting off to the World Cup in Brazil could be stung with "eye-watering" mobile phone bills amounting to nearly PS5,000 if they opt out of automatic mobile data limits imposed by most networks.