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Verizon Refunds 15 Million Customers

Written on October 04, 2010 by B Waldorf

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Verizon recently faced complaints from 15 million customer about a service that should be free of charge. In return, the company is giving out $50 million worth of refunds to affected customers.

Verizon Wireless realized that 15 million customers had filed charges against a data network use that should be free. The refund ranges from $3-$6 but some will receive more than that.

Don’t get too excited when you receive your bill with a check, it’s just your refund and not anything else. According to Verizon Deputy General Counsel Mary Coyne, these charges were due to the services that should be free of charge. All the refunds will be received by who those didn’t acquire a data plan.

According to The Wall Street Journal, a total of $50 million refunds will be issued.

Here’s the complete statement from Verizon on the issue:

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