Some examples of important information found on a phone bill include the owner's account number and mailing address, the charges for recurring monthly services and the cost of specific taxes. Bills from different providers offer different information, such as details of the calls made during that billing cycle.
One thing all cell phone or home phone bills include is the personal information of the account holder, including her name, mailing address and account number. The account number is important for working with a customer service agent to resolve any issues with the bill. Each phone company or cellular carrier formats the account number differently, so a customer should keep the bill intact if she doesn't know what her account number looks like.
Bills also contain information about the standard charges on the account for each moth, which typically include the individual prices for the number of voice minutes, the number of text messages and the amount of cellular data allotted to the account, along with the amount used during that billing cycle. Customers also find different federal and local taxes on the bills, most commonly in a special taxes section. Many bills also contain an area that lists the amount due that cycle and any applied credits towards that balance.