Verizon Refunding $90 Million to Customers
Verizon announced that the company will refund $90 Million to their customers for overcharging customers for nonexistent usage of the Internet. For several years, Verizon had charged 15 million customers for internet services on phones that did not have data plans. According to the company, this was caused by computer and hardware errors.
The refund will come in October and November and will range from $2-$6 as credits on bills. For former customers, the company will issue refund checks.
The fix came about due to reports by customers to the FCC as well as reports by the New York Times.
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