Attorney General Lisa Madigan today joined with her counterparts around the country, the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Federal Communications Commission to announce settlements with Sprint Corporation and Verizon Wireless totaling $158 million to resolve allegations that the companies placed third-party charges on their customers’ cell phone bills, a practice known as “cramming.”
A group of kids from Oak Lawn had hoped to learn it would be named one of the winners in Verizon’s Innovative App Challenge. A school from Kentucky beat out the kids from St. Catherine of Alexandria School, who designed the Remember Me app, to help those with Alzheimer’s Disease.
It’s Comcast, AT&T and Verizon VS the likes of Netflix, Google and many individuals who really, really love the internet. Are you worried of the impending internet slowdown?
As of today, most mobile device users have the ability to send a text to 911 in an emergency, but that doesn’t mean law enforcement will be able to respond immediately
CBS 2’s Derrick Blakley reports on why the National Security Agency may be watching who you call and who calls you.
Tax Day is not a good day for me, or for millions of Americans like me, digging deep for the IRS — while hearing on the news that President Barack Obama’s digging shallow, paying just a 20% tax rate; and Mitt Romney’s hardly digging at all, paying a 14% percent rate on the $20 million he earned last year.
About 200 people gathered at Federal Plaza on Tuesday to send a message on this Tax Day 2012.
One day after announcing it planned to start charging customers $2 to pay their bill online or over the phone, Verizon on Friday decided to ditch the idea.
Starting Jan. 15, Verizon Wireless will charge customers $2 every time they pay their wireless bills online or directly over the phone.
The dangerously bitter cold couldn’t deter a small group of people who lined up on Michigan Avenue early this morning, waiting for the doors to open at the Verizon Store.