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i Phone users on AT&T will soon be interrupted by mandatory government text message alerts, the carrier announced over the weekend.
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Even consumers who regularly checked their phone bill line by line every month missed them.
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While AMBER alerts for finding missing children and inclement weather and disaster alerts can be opted out of, "Presidential alerts" straight from the oval office will arrive on your phone regardless of your personal preferences.
Only users of the i Phone 4S and i Phone 5 with i OS 6.1 or higher will be subject to the government messages, which will begin arriving with the next AT&T carrier settings update.The parties agreed on a system through which subscribers are warned that their copyright infringements are unacceptable.After several warnings ISPs may then take a variety of repressive measures to punish the alleged infringers.How were consumers supposed to know about the charges? The complaint alleges the phone bills sent to consumers were deceptive because the company lumped together all the charges to make it look like everything was related to AT&T’s mobile phone services.So when a consumer saw the overall balance due, the hidden charges were hard to detect.Ongoing efforts by the FTC and its federal and state partners to stop mobile cramming have resulted in a whopping 5 million dollar settlement with AT&T — the biggest to date with a prominent mobile phone carrier. Many consumers weren’t aware they had been paying — up to .99 per month — for seemingly random horoscope text messages, flirting tips, celebrity gossip, wallpaper or ringtones that showed up on their phones.