Verizon Refund 2010
Verizon Refund 2010 – Verizon claimed on Sunday that it will be issuing refunds over the course of the next two months to more than 15 million people who were billed for data services that they did not use. The announcement has left many confused about whether or not they would be receiving the refund. The amount is said to be around $50 million but the company has estimated that most customers will receive between $2 and $6.
You will only be eligible for a refund if you were not on a data plan. It was only those customers that were accidentally charged for a data plan that they were not using. They also used demo applications that were preloaded onto their phones that were supposed to be free, but were later charged for using the demo programs.
Other customers accidentally launched their web browser but quickly closed it. The New York Times said that the errors had been happening since at least 2007, but that the company was not aware of the issues. If you had a data plan or the situations do not sound familiar to your situation, there is a good chance that you are not receiving a refund.
It will be interesting to see how quickly the company is able to roll out the refunds to customers that were accidentally charged for services that they were not subscribed to.