It is not advisable to recharge late with these operators

In the last period we have witnessed the introduction, by some telephone operators, of ever increasing additional costs in the event that it remains without credit, and therefore provision is made to recharge later than the date of renewal of the monthly offer.
On several occasions we have talked about these extra costs, currently introduced by Vodafone, TIM and, in the immediate future, by Wind.
Let's look at each of the three cases in detail.
Costs of arrears Wind Starting next December 2, Wind customers who will remain without credit will incur an extra cost of € 0.99 for the first 24 hours.
Should the credit remain at zero even the next day, the customer will incur an additional extra cost of € 0.99.
After the second day without recharging, the SIM will remain active in reception until it is recharged.
Therefore, the potential extra maximum cost amounts to € 1.98.
During the first 48 hours the customer can regularly use the bundle provided by his offer.
Non-payment costs will also be applied to Wind offers for children and the disabled.
They will not be applied to consumption offers.
Costs of default Vodafone As of last July Vodafone has introduced a system of non-payment costs similar to Wind: for the first 24 hours without credit, € 0.99 will be charged, for the second 24 hours another € 0.99.
In this period the Vodafone customer will be able to browse and call without limits.
After the first 48 hours without credit, the SIM will remain active on receipt.
TIM default costs TIM also introduced costs of the same category: only in the case of actual use of data or telephone traffic, TIM customers will incur an extra cost of € 0.90 for the first 24 hours without credit.
If this were repeated in the second 24 hours, the cost would rise to € 1.80 total.
One of the tools to avoid incurring extra costs of this kind with these operators is to activate the automatic reload option.
Otherwise you can opt for payment of the offer by debit on a credit / debit card or on a current account.

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