My Verizon, page says that billing ends on the ninth of the month. Yet Verizon charges for the entire day. Legally, if it ends on that day then they can't charge for that day. Somebody needs to stop them. All they have to do is be accurate with the info they post on the site.
Your bill ends on the 9th. The 9th is over at midnight so technically what they are saying is correct? Does it matter if they end it on the 9th or the 8th you still pay for the same amount of days? I feel like your just looking to complain
No. It ends ON the 9th, not BEFORE the 9th. If your billing is from the 10th to the 9th it is inclusive. (look it up)
Which means your new billing period starts on the 10th.
They don't say that. "It ends on the ninth." Means, when it becomes the
ninth, it is over. 12:00:01am is the scientific and official beginning of a
day. Therefore, that is when it should end as they denote, by saying that
"it ends on the ninth".
And that is precisely the problem. One ends on the 9th and the other starts
on the 10th. However they do not tell you that your billing cycle starts on
the 10th. They tell me the billing cycle ends on the 9th. End of story by
what they say, the billing cycle ends on the 9th, that would mean that the
new billing cycle starts on the 9th. However that's not what happens. The
billing cycle ends on the 9th but the new billing cycle starts on the 10th.
Therefore the whole day of the ninth should be free. All a matter of
wording. The legality of their wording, is that they are breaking the law
by charging the 9th to the old billing cycle.
So if your billing ends on the 9th, the start of the next cycle would be on the 10th. According to your theory your account should have one free day each month or a day without service.