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AT&T will finally refund $88 million in unauthorized charges

Thanks to some shady business dealings between AT&T and a pair of companies known for bloating customers’ cell phone bills, roughly 2.7 million current and former AT&T mobile subscribers are getting more than $88 million dollars in refunds from the Federal Trade Commission. 170 more words

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AT&T Customers to Receive More Than $88M in Refunds Following Mobile Cramming Settlement

The United States Federal Trade Commission today announced that it is giving more than $88 million in refunds to 2.7 million AT&T customers who had unauthorized third-party charges added to their service bills, something better known as “mobile cramming.” 292 more words

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AT&T Customers to Receive More Than $88M in Refunds Following Mobile Cramming Settlement

(Source: www.macrumors.com)

The United States Federal Trade Commission today

The refunds come from a $105 million settlement AT&T

Nearly 2.5 million AT&T customers can expect to receive a credit on their bill within the next 75 days, and over 300,000 former customers will be given refund checks. 444 more words

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AT&T customers will get an unexpected refund on their next bill

Hell doesn’t appear to be freezing over and it’s definitely not April 1st, so I guess this story is actually true. More than 2.7 million AT&T customers will be getting refunds on their bill credits in the next two months, as the Federal Trade Commission settles an issue over AT&T billing for “premium text message services” without the consent of customers. 259 more words

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Australian Trusted Trader helps take Aussie brands to the world

Pacific Brands has come a long way from manufacturing Dunlop bicycle tyres in 1893. Today, the business is famous for marketing iconic brands such as Bonds, Sheridan, Tontine, Berlei, and Jockey in Australia and overseas. 326 more words

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AT&T Vice Chairman Ralph de la Vega To Retire

Surprising news from AT&T today: It says that Vice Chairman Ralph de la Vega will retire at year end.

The Cuba-born exec was an early proponent of wireless connectivity, and famously forged a deal with Apple’s Steve Jobs that gave AT&T first crack at offering the iPhone. 163 more words

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AT&T's Business and International Unit Chief to Retire

AT&T Vice Chairman Ralph de la Vega, who played a critical role in bringing the iPhone to the U.S. market, will retire on Dec. 31, a spokesman for the wireless carrier said on Thursday. 227 more words

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