AT&T Settles Throttling Data Claim

November 11, 2019 by

AT&T will pay $60 million to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission for allegedly slowing data speeds for millions of wireless customers who paid for the “unlimited” plans. The federal regulators complaint said that the company would reduce customers’ internet speeds by as much as 90%. The FTC said the company did not adequately disclose to consumers that it would slow data speeds once the consumers used a certain amount of data in their monthly cycle.


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