Why has EE charged for more minutes than I've actually used?

     
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Charges explained

Charges explained

You may occasionally be charged for calls outside your plan.

Here are a few examples:

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    pro rata if you’ve taken a contract or changed plan partway through the month so you actually have less minutes than you thought 

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    charges outside your call allowance, such as premium numbers or to vote on TV gameshows

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    a late-rated charge – such as if you’ve just received your March bill, which will generally show any charges for February, but may also include some late-rated charges for January

Manage your account:
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    log in to My EE

  2.  

    download the My EE app

 
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Last updated: 28/6/2018
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