AT&T customers will receive an $88 million refund for crammed-in mobile charges1
The carrier had to stop the practice and was asked to refund customers. In what's deemed "the most money ever returned to consumers in a mobile cramming case," AT&T will have to pay out over $88 million in refunds, with about 2.7 million customers getting back around $31 each.
The money will show up on current customers' mobile bills in the next 75 days, and former AT&T subscribers will get refunded via a check in their mailbox.
source: Federal Trade Commission , FTC Blog via Engadget