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Blog Post
12/2/2011
By Laura Antonini
Consumers can claim another victory in the AT&T/T-Mobile merger battle. Regulators listened to our warnings about the wireless giant’s false promises to consumers and are now blocking the deal. On the heels of AT&T’s decision to withdraw its merger application, the FCC delivered what may just be the final nail in the...
Blog Post
9/6/2011
By Laura Antonini
Apparently AT&T can make up rules without following them. In an audacious move by the nation’s worst rated and most hated wireless carrier, AT&T recently filed multiple lawsuits against its own customers – just months after the U.S. Supreme Court ok’d AT&T’s policy of requiring ripped-off customers to file...
Blog Post
8/31/2011
By Laura Antonini
Did AT&T really think we’d fall for its broken record promises that the AT&T/T-Mobile merger would help consumers? Just a few weeks after Consumer Watchdog wrote a letter urging regulators to block the AT&T/T-Mobile merger, the Department of Justice gave the AT&T merger a big thumbs down by filing a civil antitrust...
News Release
8/31/2011
CONTACT Harvey Rosenfield, Laura Antonini & John M. Simpson
SANTA MONICA, CA -- Consumer Watchdog applauded the U.S. Justice Department today for filing a civil antitrust complaint to block the AT&T/T-Mobile Merger, calling it a victory for cell phone consumers, and urged the Federal Communications Commission to reject the deal as well. Earlier this month, Consumer Watchdog wrote a letter to the U.S...
News Release
8/10/2011
CONTACT Harvey Rosenfield, Laura Antonini, & John M. Simpson
"Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me." SANTA MONICA, CA --  Consumer Watchdog urged U.S. and California officials yesterday to reject the proposed AT&T/T-Mobile wireless merger, calling to their attention that AT&T made the same promises of lower prices and better services before the Cingular/AT&T...
Blog Post
8/9/2011
By Harvey Rosenfield
Will federal officials fall for AT&T’s promises and approve its multi-billion dollar merger with T-Mobile, when AT&T made exactly the same promises seven years ago and then betrayed them – costing its cell phone customers a fortune? Maybe the feds will think twice after getting our letter, which explains what happened after...
News Release
7/6/2006
CONTACT Harvey Rosenfield, 310-392-0522 x303
Consumers to Cingular: "Can You Hear Us Now?" Los Angeles, CA & Seattle, WA -- Cingular Wireless misled and overcharged millions of AT&T cell phone users when Cingular bought AT&T Wireless, according to a nationwide lawsuit filed in federal court today. Cingular bought AT&T's cell phone system in October 2004, after...