FCC to investigate Verizon's $2 convenience fee
After yesterday's news that Verizon would be charging a $2 fee for paying bills online and over the phone, the FCC has chimed in.
A lot of subscribers have spoken out against Verizon's decision to institute this new convenience fee. It'll be interesting to see what the FCC ultimately decides to do, and what if any effect that has on other networks like Sprint which don't "surcharge" but do offer "discounts" for their preferred payment options. (Ve
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There probably customers themselves, there not going to want to pay the extra fee so thats why there looking into it.
I can see AT&T's point - they have to pay the rep for needless transactions, but 21st Century has no such excuse.