added a line to my verizon plan and can't figure out charges.

Have a verizon plan for 1 cell phone  and 2 GB of data per month.  Comes to 75 bucks a month.  Added 1 more line to the account which will be an extra $20 plus I bumped up to share 4GB for both devices which increased the monthy fee by $15.    I look at my bill and there is an account access fee for $50 and a line fee for $40.  What are these and are there any recurring monthly fees that they didn't tell me about?
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Depending on the ISP, there may be a hookup fee (access fee) and then also most ISPs bill in advance, so the additional line charge is from the time you added to the beginning of the next month in advance.

Since every ISP is different, you would have to contact them for the specifics. But in general, that is how it works (above).
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Thank and good luck with your ISP
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