What is the Sprint surcharge?
The Administrative Charge is applied per line, per month by Sprint to help defray various costs incurred by Sprint, including, but not limited to: charges we, or our agents, pay local telephone companies for delivering calls from our customers to their customers; fees and assessments on our network facilities and
Does Sprint charge taxes and fees?
Sprint charges government taxes and a couple of surcharges on every monthly bill. That’s pretty normal for a major provider. When you sign up for Sprint, you’ll also have to pay a $30 activation fee per line. Sprint waives it if you sign up for your plan and buy your phone online.
Do we have to pay Sprint surcharges?
According to Sprint’s website, this monthly charge is applied per line and helps offset costs incurred by Sprint, including charges imposed on Sprint from other carriers. Wireless providers are not required to collect this money from you by law. The amount can vary from time to time.
How much are phone taxes and fees?
A typical American household with four wireless phones paying $100 per month for taxable wireless service can expect to pay about $229 per year in wireless taxes, fees, and surcharges—up from $221 in 2017. Nationally, these impositions make up about 19.1 percent of the average customer’s bill—the highest rate ever.