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The FCC is fining Comcast $2.3 million for overcharging its cable customers (CMSCA)

The Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday announced that Comcast will pay a $2.3 million fine to settle a multi-year probe into whether or not the telecoms giant charged its cable customers for services they never authorized. The FCC says it received multiple complaints from Comcast customers saying that they were being billed for “unordered services or products, such as premium channels, set-top boxes, or digital video recorders (DVRs).
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