How am I billed for Toll-Free service?
The Juno Toll-Free service is billed at a flat rate of $19.95 per month*, which is charged on the first day of your billing cycle. Juno Toll-Free is limited to 30 hours of Internet access per month, and your usage is rounded up to the next whole minute. So, if you are connected to the Internet for 5½ minutes, your usage will reflect 6 minutes.
You can exceed 30 hours of Internet access per monthly billing cycle by turning on metered billing in your Toll-Free Billing Preferences. You will then be billed for extra access time at a rate of 2½ ¢ per minute (if you exceed your 30 hours of access time). We will round your total monthly fee to nearest whole cent. So, if you connect for 3 minutes beyond your 30-hour limit during a billing cycle, the metered charges will be 7½ cents (3 minutes at 2½ cents per minute), but will be rounded up to 8 cents.
Please click here to learn how to change your billing preferences to turn on or off metered billing.
Juno Toll-Free is limited to 30 hours of usage per month. Usage is rounded up to the next whole minute. Monthly usage beyond 30 hours will incur a fee of 2½ ¢ per minute. We will round your total monthly fee to nearest whole cent. You may incur long distance charges should you use an access number that differs from the toll-free number provided by Juno. Live telephone technical support is available for a fee of $25 per incident. You are responsible for any long distance and technical support charges incurred even during any free, trial or discounted periods. You will be charged the applicable subscription fees unless you cancel your service before the end of any free or trial periods. To cancel your service, please call 1-800-654-5866. See Terms of Service for details. Service not available in Alaska, Hawaii and other areas. Unless otherwise indicated, all prices are in United States dollars. Not all viruses can be detected or cleaned. As described in the terms of service, you are responsible for any damages caused by your decision to download email or attachments. Speed reference compared to major nationally available dial-up ISPs, set at maximum acceleration.