FCC Talks Up Consumer Protection Efforts After Dinging T-Mobile’s “Unlimited” Plan

T-Mobile agreed to a penalty of “at least” $48 million, the FCC says today, to settle an investigation into whether it did enough to let customers with “unlimited” data plans know that speeds would be throttled after they used 17 GB a month.
“Consumers should not have to guess whether so-called ‘unlimited’ data plans contain key restrictions, like speed constraints, data caps, and other material limitations,” FCC Enforcement Bureau Chief Travis LeBlanc says.
Shortly after…

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