The new rules to reduce airtime bills for consumers are designed to give Americans the option of paying with a debit card instead of credit cards.
Under the new rules, consumers who receive a phone or other device payment on or after Jan. 1, 2019, will be able to choose a payment method for their airtime bill.
They will be required to use an online account and the card will be stored on their phone or computer.
The rule changes go into effect on Jan. 5.
The new rules also make it easier for people who have already used a credit card to switch to a debit.
For consumers who use a debit, they will be allowed to choose an alternative payment method in the form of a prepaid debit card, a prepaid prepaid debit or an automated debit, and will not need to apply for a new credit card.
However, consumers with a prepaid credit card, and those who use their credit card regularly, will still be required for an additional 2-3 billing cycles to pay with the card.
The rule also requires that consumers with credit cards make certain payments and use the same credit card for all future airtime billing.
The new rule also allows people to cancel airtime without incurring a charge, and has the potential to save consumers $2 to $5 per month.
The new rule will also allow consumers to get an additional two billing cycles, with the additional one required for prepaid debit cards.
Some consumers are likely to take advantage of the new rule and reduce airtimes on the same day they pay with a credit.
People can cancel their airtimes at the end of the month, and the new billing cycle will apply to their existing billing cycle.
However, it is important to note that the new policy does not apply to airtime paid with other payment methods, such as cash, check or credit cards, or to airtimes that have already been paid with a bill payment.
These rules are the result of a long-running effort to reduce the number of airtime charges that consumers must pay, and to ensure that consumers receive accurate information on how much they are due to pay.