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Why is "telstra applications, Melbourne" charging $16.99 each month since June 2018?
I had to google what this service would be for to get to here. My account wasn't active which i have just finally "completed" registration and managed to get to a stage where i could ask this question. So with no completed active account and no use of whatever this service exactly is, why is this charge continuing as it has been impossible to get to a spot to cancel it without first activating my account?
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Re: Why is "telstra applications, Melbourne" charging $16.99 each month since June 2018?
Thank you for your post.
A charge for $16.99 monthly indicates a subscription to AFL Live Pass which was signed up via the AFL Website.
I would be happy to look into this for you to confirm, I've sent you a private message to request further details.
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