AT&T is essentially admitting that they will use their Title II status to simply dodge charges of throttling customer data.
To compensate for the illegal practice of cramming, charging customers for unwanted services, T-Mobile will be laying out some major cash to make amends.
This week we talk about a lot of stuff that Google did, a new Game of Thrones game, VLC, HERE Maps, the new Action Launcher, and more Android apps news!
Now that the Play Store’s unauthorized in-app purchase problem has been settled, Google is beginning to contact customers with details for financial relief.
Some believe that wireless carriers are to blame for allowing telemarketing companies to continue harassing customers.
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.