by JoshYoung
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My first bill is £119 when it is supposed to be £69. Why?

My first bill is due on the 24th August. I agreed to pay £50 upfront and £69 a month. It says I owe £41+ on extra chargers but how is this? I have not done anything that could course extra charges

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by Brilliant Contributor
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Re: My first bill is £119 when it is supposed to be £69. Why?

It sounds like a £50 deposit for roaming.

 

Call EE in morning when they open at 8 and they will let you know

 

If you dont need the roaming they can turn it off and not charge the £50


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Re: My first bill is £119 when it is supposed to be £69. Why?

Hi @JoshYoung,

 

Welcome to the EE Community.

 

What are the extra charges listed as on your bill?

 

Thanks

 

James​​​​​​​

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