Guess what I just noticed?? The phone logs state that “The date and time for all call correspond to Pacific Time (PSD/PDT). !!!!!!!
Which means the 7:12 PM phone call from Trayvon Martin's girlfriend was made at... 10:12 PM Eastern? Really?
No. I found this at a T-Mobile support site - since they don't have time-of-day pricing for text they don't track it the same way they track calls.
There seems to be a bug in the MyTmobile website. When I log in and look at calls I notice the calls reflect calls made in EDT, while Data information seems to be based on PDT. At the bottom of both pages are statements that the dates/times reflected are in Pacific time. As a reference for the call I used a call from my wife and it reflected EDT (which is where I am), however when I purposely did a large data download it was reflected in Pacific time. Anyone else notice this behavior when they log into their My Tmobile site?
It's been like that for a while, Josh.
I was told by another T-Mobile person it's because calls are translated to local time zone of where they're made because of billing purposes, but data & texts don't have different prices for peak and off-peak.
Hey, not every idea works out.