Verizon, AT&T Reach $116 Million Settlement In California LawsuitThe nation's largest cellphone providers will pay a combined $116 million under a settlement approved Thursday in a California lawsuit alleging that they overcharged government customers for wireless services over more than a decade.
Camp Fire Victims Plead With AT&T: My House Burned Down, Stop Billing Me!A couple who lost everything in the Camp Fire in Paradise kept getting billed by AT&T for a landline they obviously no longer had, a Call Kurtis Investigation uncovered.
Woman Claims AT&T Contractor Damaged Property, Antagonized DogA woman in West Sacramento says she came home to find tree trimmers who had been hired by AT&T entered her backyard without her knowledge, and left some property damaged. She says her security cameras even captured one worker antagonizing her dog.
Police: Search On For Four Suspects Who Robbed AT&T StoreAccording to police, the four suspects entered the AT&T store in the 2200 block of Fair Oaks Boulevard on Monday afternoon.
AT&T Fiber Upgrade Leaves Mess In Dixon NeighborhoodSome Dixon homeowners are demanding AT&T pay for repairs after a contractor damages lawns and sidewalks during fiber optic infrastructure installation.
911 Outage Affecting Some Landlines in Sierra, Placer, And Nevada CountiesSeveral Public Safety Agencies say that calls to 911 from some AT&T landlines in Placer, Nevada, and Sierra counties may not go through.
Butte Fire Victims Upset AT&T Abruptly Removed Temporary Cell TowerIt’s been just four months since the Butte Fire tore through Amador and Calaveras counties. But some recovery efforts were put on hold when a temporary cellphone tower was taken down.
Call Kurtis: Is Your Unlimited Data Plan Really Unlimited?While navigating Los Angeles on a family trip, Michael Richards knew he relied much more than usual on his smartphone for things like directions.
Severed AT&T Fiber Line Cuts Phone, Internet Access to San Joaquin County CourthouseA spokesperson with the courthouse says it was having an external issue with AT&T. The court could access case files on its internal network, but phone calls and email weren’t coming through.
AT&T Hit With $100M Fine For Allegedly Misleading Customers About Unlimited DataAT&T Mobility LLC has been slapped with a record $100 million fine for offering consumers "unlimited" data, but then slowing their Internet speeds after they reached a certain amount. The company says it will fight the charges.
AT&T Aims To Match Google Broadband In Kansas City—But There's A CatchThat price match, however, is only available to users who allow AT&T to use your personal information and Web activity to send you targeted ads. More privacy conscious customers will have to pay an additional $29 a month.
AT&T Pays $23.3M To Settle Hazardous Waste CaseAT&T has agreed to pay California authorities $23.3 million to settle allegations that it improperly disposed of hazardous waste over a nine-period.
FTC: AT&T Misled Customers With Unlimited Data Promises, Data ThrottlingAccording to the complaint, at least 3.5 million consumers have been affected. Some customers, the agency said, had data speeds slowed by nearly 90 percent.
Why Are Some Sacramento Businesses,' School's Lawns Green?One possible reason is a disconnect with the business owner telling the landscape manager to keep the lawn looking green. Since private landscapers don’t pay the water bill, they can easily overwater.
What Does The AT&T/DirecTV Deal Mean For Customers?Ready to bundle your mobile phone and TV bills together? That is one of the changes customers can expect if AT&T Inc.'s proposed $48.5 billion acquisition of DirecTV is approved by regulators.