FCC expected to fine Sprint $105 million for overcharging customers

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The Federal Communications Commission is reportedly on the verge of fining Sprint $105 million for cramming charges that brought complaints from tens of thousands of customers. The $105 million fine would match one levied on AT&T , which was accused of the same illegal practice. The US government has also sued T-Mobile  over cramming charges. The FCC has not confirmed the action against Sprint, but it was reported Monday in the National Journal  and yesterday in The   Wall Street Journal . “According to the enforcement action, which hasn’t been finalized, Sprint billed customers for third-party services it knew they hadn’t asked for and didn’t want,”  National Journal wrote. Read 2 remaining paragraphs | Comments

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FCC expected to fine Sprint $105 million for overcharging customers

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