Verizon and Sprint to Pay $158M in 'Cramming' Claims

Customers can go online and submit claims to get a piece of the refund to settle allegations of unauthorized charges on wireless bills.
0:56 | 05/13/15

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Transcript for Verizon and Sprint to Pay $158M in 'Cramming' Claims
In today's tech bites refunds could soon be on the way for Verizon and sprint customers. Yes listen up here the wireless giants have agreed to pay a combined 158. Million dollars to settle cramming claims. Detecting unauthorized charges on to customers' bills customers though we'll need to submit refund planes on line. This morning FaceBook is behind a huge shift in the world to publish a dividend nine media companies including the New York Times both feet and Nat geo officially. Beginning to publish articles directly or to Facebook's news fees and this guy. Is bringing Star Trek to realize. The newly released translator app helps people to video chat in different languages by providing real time translations. Right there on the screen. The preview version is now available for windows eight point one users can come up with everything we do know this wasn't fixed so folks Soviet that fight certainly hope you have so. A good Wednesday.

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