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AT&T fined for fake directory assistance services

By Mary Lennighan, Total Telecom
Tuesday 09 August 16

Telcos have a responsibility to ensure third-party charges were approved by the customer, FCC says.

The Federal Communications Commission on Monday announced that AT&T must pay US$7.75 million to compensate customers for sham directory assistance services that it allowed to be charged to their phone bills…

The Federal Communications Commission on Monday announced that AT&T must pay US$7.75 million to compensate customers for sham directory assistance services that it allowed to be charged to their phone bills…

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