Today Was The Deadline For Wireless Companies To Enact Bill Shock Alerts. Did Everyone Make It?

Today Was The Deadline For Wireless Companies To Enact Bill Shock Alerts. Did Everyone Make It?

In October 2011, the FCC and the nation’s major wireless providers agreed to put systems in place that would alert subscribers when they neared and passed their plans’ thresholds for things like calling minutes, texts, data, and international roaming. Per the agreement, all the providers were supposed to have all their alerts in place by today. So did everyone finish on time? [More]