AT&T has to pay out more than $60 million to customers that were duped by the company’s supposedly ‘unlimited’ data plan.
In 2014, AT&T was sued by the FTC for claiming its wireless plan offered ‘unlimited’ data, when it actually throttled down data speeds after as little as two gigabytes.
The $60 million settlement will go towards partial refunds for AT&T customers who signed up for the plan prior to 2011.
AT&T to pay $60 million to resolve FTC allegations it misled consumers with 'unlimited data' promises. https://t.co/MIm7gRzdTE— ABC News (@ABC) November 6, 2019
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