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Reading your bills can be confusing. Below, we will try to explain some common billing scenarios, show their locations on the bill, and give examples to help you better understand your DISH bill. To view your own bill, see the mydish.com/mybillhistory page.

Prorated Charges/Credits

These charges or credits appear on your bill when a service is added or removed during a period for which you have already been billed. If a service is added, your next monthly bill will appear higher than the previous bill to adjust for your time with the service at its daily rate, and the subsequent bill will reflect your new monthly costs going forward. If a service is removed, you will only be billed for the time which you used that service at its daily rate.

Prorated Charges Example
example bill with prorated charges  

 

Credits Rolling Off

Credits alter the normal monthly cost of programming. When these monthly offers expire, the cost of your programming returns to normal. Credits are displayed on your bill under the Monthly Savings section. Individual offers are represented on the lines below, along with the number of months remaining on each.

Credit Roll Off Example
example bill with credits rolling off  

 

Roll-to-Pay Charges

Roll-to-Pay charges are seen on your bill when a no-cost service offer expires. At the point of expiration, the normal cost of this service will be reflected on your monthly bill. This note can be found in the bill messages portion of your bill.

RTP Charges Example
example bill with charges rolling to pay  

 

One-Time Fees and Charges

One-time charges are called out as such on your bill in the details portion. These fees are non-recurring.

One-Time Fee Example
example bill with a one-time fee  

 

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