A Florida woman got a severe case of bill shock when her cell phone company hit her with a $201,000 monthly charge - but a local TV station helped to ease her six-figure stress.
Celina Aarons' bill reached the ridiculous level because of a whole lot of unintended roaming.
She told WSVN-TV that her younger brother, Shamir, who is legally deaf, has a phone on her plan while he finishes college.
She said he caused the charges by accidentally leaving his phone on during a trip to Canada - way out of her plan's service region.
She normally pays $175 a month.
"I was freaking out," she said. "I was shaking, crying. I couldn't even talk that much on the phone. I was like, my life is over!"
The phone company told the TV station that Shamir racked up the charges with data-roaming, texting and Internet streaming while he was out of the country.
Aarons was peeved the company didn't give her a heads-up when her bill shot over $200,000.
"That's like paying \[for\] a nice house right now," she said, thinking of what she could use that money for.
Luckily for Aarons, WSVN helped negotiate the bill down to a more reasonable $2,500 - with six months to be paid off.