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Sprint's New Unlimited Plan Covers The Phone, But Sticks You With 3G Streaming

In an attempt to show customers exactly what they’re paying for with their phone plans, Sprint is throwing its hat into the phone-leasing ring with a new “All-In” plan. 247 more words

How AT&T Plans to Fight $100 Million FCC Fine Over Unlimited Data

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AT&T has vowed to “vigorously dispute” a proposed $100 million fine — claiming it was transparent with the Federal Communications Commission about about its network management policy for handling unlimited data subscribers. 504 more words

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AT&T fined $100 million for misleading customers about 'unlimited' data plans

”The FCC said that it is fining AT&T $100 million for misleading mobile customers about its “unlimited” data plans,” David Goldman reports for CNNMoney.

“AT&T subjected its unlimited data plan customers to significantly slower speeds after they used more than 3 GB of 3G data or 5 GB of 4G data in a single billing cycle. 217 more words

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AT&T’s $100 million fine puts Verizon, Sprint on notice

The Federal Communications Commission has slapped AT&T with a proposed $100 million fine for misleading marketing practices, claiming the mobile operator sold millions of customers unlimited data plans that had clear limits. 763 more words

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AT&T Hit With $100M Fine For Its 'Unlimited' Data Plans

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WASHINGTON (AP) – AT&T Mobility LLC has been hit with a $100 million fine for offering consumers “unlimited” data, but then slowing their Internet speeds after they hit a certain amount. 93 more words

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FCC to fine AT&T $100M for misleading info about unlimited data plans

The Federal Communications Commission announced it will fine AT&T $100 million over its unlimited data plans.  This follows a suit filed by the the Federal Trade Commission last year for claims that AT&T failed to tell customers data usage on “unlimited” plans could be throttled.   182 more words

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