At least 30 foreign corporations are complaining about their treatment from Chinese officials.
Carrier IQ has since admitted that the software logs contents of messages.
FTC Chair Edith Ramirez did not back down when asked about AT&T on a conference call with reporters.
T-Mobile has accrued more than $50 million to cover the estimated cost of a refund program and settlement payments.
The FTC filed a complaint against AT&T for throttling customers speeds.
T-Mobile is in talks with the FTC to settle the cramming charges.
AT&T will pay $80 million to the FTC, $20 million to all fifty states, and $5 million to the FCC.
New FTC changes mean that items you buy while shopping online must be delivered within the target window, or the seller must refund you.
A report from the U.S. Senate claims that mobile carriers have made hundreds of millions in profits through cramming tactics.
In a released statement, the CWA notes that in January 2013 they approached T-Mobile’s parent company Deutsche Telekom to alert them that T-Mobile US managers were “directing workers to add charges to customer accounts.” According to the CWA, T-Mobile fired a number of front-line employees who said they were working under direct orders from managers.