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  • n. Plural form of overage.

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  • After buying that much at $.55 (about 50 minutes) you have open access for 24 contiguous hours ... but they don't tell you on their documentation that they impose a 100MB download limit before reducing your transfer rate (and charging "overages" - while traveling on business in AU, I once got a bill for $75 for one day of light Internet use!) - I was able to get the overage charge dropped when I pointed out that they no-where alerted me to that policy, although I perish the thought of all the corporate execs who wack that amount on their platinum card company accounts without a second thought ... can you say "un-eth-i-cal" or "high-way-robbery"? by Anonymous Coward - Feb 5th, 2009 @ 2: 12pm

    Techdirt

  • These "overages" take into account normal industry growth projections.

    John R. Price: The Automobile Bailout Solution: Unique and Simple

  • (There's one on every picture, vaguely mumbling about "overages" and "demographics," and it's never clear what they are doing there.)

    Part-Spider, Part-Snore!

  • Officials with smaller service providers say what Bell Canada is charging for "overages" is well beyond, even many times more, what it really costs to provide the extra bytes to customers.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • The Sprint Plan Optimizer, available at www.sprint.com/planfit, provides customers with a view of their historical cost and usage trends, and also helps them understand unplanned costs, such as overages (if applicable), as well as providing a breakout of monthly costs and average monthly usage patterns for voice minutes, text messaging and data.

    Sprint Customers can Manage their Wireless Usage and Keep Bills Predictable - Yahoo! Finance

  • If "overages" seems to downplay a $3.1 million budget gap, there does appear to be some wriggle room for Milton.

    The State Journal-Register Home RSS

  • "Sanctions for small 'overages' of common therapeutic medications are modest, and the record may expunge at the end of the year," he explains.

    TheHorse.com News

  • (even with some allowances for excess fees), we found the demands for payment of "overages" before each show with no allusion that this would be the case before the summer started, a bit hard to swallow.

    Free Williamsburg.com

  • Waldrop maintains that around 94% of trainer drug violations are for medication overages, which are legal, therapeutic medicines at concentrations in excess of permitted levels, It's important that we explain to the public that medication overages are not horse doping, these are incidences that shouldn't happen and they should be punished.

    Liz O'Connell: Horse Racing 2011: NTRA Chief Alex Waldrop Weighs In

  • Put all overages into accounts that are sacred and will not even be used for emergencies.

    Grant Cardone: How Average People Create Wealth

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