Repeatedly charged for data despite mobile data turned off
I noticed recently that my credit had been going down at a much faster rate than usual, and after checking my usage I see repeated charges of €2 for "internet" despite me never turning mobile data on. Only in emergencies do I use mobile data, 99% of the time the I'm on wifi when using the internet or anything data-related on my phone.
These charges don't occur every day, for example I've been charged the last 3 days in a row but not the day before that (and yes I had credit then) and the times are sporadic, mostly when I wouldn't be using the phone, i.e. 2am, 6am... completely random.
I turned my phone off deliberately last night and saw I was still charged €2 an hour afterwards, so it's not like some spurious app has bypassed any settings, it's being taken directly from my account for no reason. Can someone help?
I received an email into my gmail so for one thing I didn't understand acronyms such as PM for private message, and there was no mention of PM on the email into my gmail. I now see that there was a PM section on the webinterface to allow people to private message you.
how did I put the details up publically if I replied to you through thunderbird? you must be joking? You asked me to reply to the email so I did reply not using your online interface.
That's OK @Anonymous, I also sent you a private message that you could reply to. The account holder can certainly contact us through here or any of our other social media channels if ye wish to discuss this further. If you need a hand with anything else you can come back to us here.
We deal with these on a case by case basis. For me to look into the account I need to be speaking directly to the account holder as already stated. If she changes our mind she can come through to us on any channel of social media. Without speaking to her we wouldn't be able to discuss this any further.
Okay, she was given a solution supposedly that required digging deep into the apps menu. Sorry, but this is not an acceptable answer for a forum. The whole purpose of a community forum is open transparency regarding solutions. You would save three a whole lot of work if you posted a cheatsheet or FAQ on this problem. My wife was told that she "obviously turned on all these options". This is preposterous when she had bought the phone and don't do anything to configure it.
To check customer details and settings further we need to be able to view the account, for data protection reasons we can only discuss what is on the account with the holder.