I have a phone service that charge a flat rate every month providing 30GB data at high speeds and then unlimited data at 2G.
Now I noticed that as I finished my 30GB data quota, the company never slowed down my data speed as it promised. So far I have used about 40GB high speed data this month and the system shows my data balance is negative. Surely I am enjoying more (unlimited?) high speed data, but I am wondering if eventually they will charge me for the high speed data that I used after the 30GB limit.
Since I never requested high speed data beyond 30GB and the company did not slow down my data speed as it promised, I am basically receiving a free service that is neither promised by the company nor requested by me.
Does the company have the right to charge me eventually for the high speed data that I used? Will they likely to do so? Or maybe it is simply a loophole that I am not responsible of (in which case I can use as much high speed data as I need with no consequence)?