AT&T slammed with cramming settlement


AT&TThe FCC, FTC and 50 states and the District of Columbia have all had a part in a historic settlement with AT&T over the practice of billing customers for unauthorized services and then refusing full refunds, or cramming.

Specifically, AT&T Mobility was the settling party, agreeing to pay $105M, which FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler said was the largest enforcement action in agency history.

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