If my bill is fractions of a penny, do you round up ?
Nope, we do not. In fact, it’s very common for a monthly bill to be something like: $0.040057836
Which is a little more than 4 cents. Now, obviously, if you’re paying in US dollars, it’s impossible to pay an amount less than a penny. So if, for example, you paid 5 cents, then you’d end up with a credit on your account of the difference. In this example, that amount would be:
0.05 - 0.040057836 = 0.009942164
This credit amount would then be applied to your future monthly bills.