What does this mean
Best answer by Mohammed
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The "UK" charge would usually refer to out of plan spend.
There should be a breakdown of this further down the bill as to what's been used.
Out of plan spend can usually be:
- Minutes - Calls made outside of the allowance or to chargeable numbers.
- SMS - Texts sent when no allowances remain or premium text messages.
- MMS - Any MMS message is chargeable as MMS messages are not included in your allowance.
- Data - If you use up all your data, you'll be charged a flat rate of £0.1024 per MB of data used.
EDIT: I've moved your topic to the Billing, allowances, charges & capping section of the community