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Overcharged for Wireless Service? Let Me Count the Ways.

It looks like billions of dollars in wireless data charges are being added to customers' wireless bills, some causing "overages"; i.e.; when a customer goes over their monthly data usage, known as the 'data cap', they can be charged a fee, or have to buy more expensive data or have a slow down of their service, which is called 'throttling'. Many customers, it appears, purchase additional 'gigs' to avoid this.
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