The Federal Communications Commission plans to fine Total Call Mobile $51.1 million after alleging the carrier fraudulently collected payments from a program that subsidizes wireless service for low-income consumers. [More]
It stands to reason that those little bundles of electromagnetic radiation we call cell phones affect the body somehow, and researchers have confirmed they mess with our brains.
Gregory canceled Verizon, but Verizon didn’t cancel him. The company kept on billing him every month, and every month he’d call to get the charges wiped away, which the CSR promptly did.
Reader Andrea can’t catch an break in her efforts to store electrons for her wireless telecommunications needs, and she’s looking for vengeance. Or at least a battery, and a refund for the expedited shipping she actually paid for.
Although not as deliciously trashy as the infamous How Not To Steal A Sidekick story of June, we can glean a few interesting details about the criminals who stole the Practicalist’s cell phone and then inadvertently uploaded their snapshots to his Flickr account.
Do your tax dollars pay for the cops’ cellphone minutes?