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Verizon and AT&T have already made $600 million from overage fees this year

According to a new study from Nerdwallet, U.S.-based telecos are still making bank on smartphone overage fees. Over the past few years, data plans have undoubtedly become more user-friendly with respect to the amount of data offered. However, because we use our smartphones for more data-intensive activities than ever before -- such as streaming Netflix for hours on end -- many users are still finding themselves penalized for going over.
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