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If you paid 50.00 Philippine pesos (approx. $1.00) for 1 day of unlimited internet usage (referred locally as  "load" time) by pocket Wifi but the balance was soon consumed and your work was unexpectedly cut short after only approximately 3 hours in the internet, where possibly did error occur, taking to consideration the transaction's pathway starting when load was bought at a service provider's credited outlet, up to wherever its accounting ends?

The major part of the puzzle  is that loaded time is  supposed  to have a standardized length of 24 hours, and unless the independent outlet possibly executed some brilliant crazy manipulation for $1.00 gain,  another possibility is that error occurred anywhere after that, somewhere along the accounting line trail in the service provider's jurisdiction.

Admittedly this writer only recently used pocket wifi and had not yet followed certain online precautions, like setting a password different than default for dedicated use of wifi time. But can  a wifi's standardized internet time be shortened if difficult password was not made?

Maybe it can be hypothesized that somewhere in the whole wide web some evil genius programmer had devised and could have unleashed a program to harvest any potential bounty that may be availed from accounts with missing or else with easily known passwords.
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Maybe, though quite unllikely and possibly only rewarding  to  the  hypothetical   programmer for  some types  of internet accounts.

This strange event anyways may not occur alone in our space time continuum within our locallity, and  wether  by  accident or by design  could  have occurred many times unreported in the past, and could manifest again more numerously in the future.

For offline purchases of  these kinds of internet items, these strange occurrences may be lessened if  customers may be easily  provided with some kind of convenient tracking control whereby they can inform the service provider if service was not provided as understood by both customer and provider.

A possible convenient format for tracking control may be formed out of date on which load was bought, credited outlet identification number and outlet's sequence number for purchased load. The actual control may be generated by the service provider and communicated to the outlet, to be given to the customer along with the permission that purchased load may be used.

It may also be worthwhile to institute some kind of automatic verification  on inputted data or else upon usage of load  for automatic detection of error in case some kind of miscommunication happened between customer and  provider representative.

(the inexplicable phenomenon ocurred in the Philippines, munipacility of Tigbauan Iloilo sometime around 10:30 AM to 2:00 PM .)