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The Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA), issued by the FCC, will come in three forms, one of which can't be turned off.This includes pages about various channels, international packages like Spanish, Mandarin, and many Asian and European channels, HD channels, On Demand TV, and more.AT&T has a variety of Internet plans to suit your online needs.Consumers can find out more information about the refund process and submit claims by visiting FTC.gov/att. Contact the FTC’s refund contractor at 1-877-819-9692 for more information. The only thing they would tell me was, "It doesn't show us where the charges are coming from, but it shows they're valid." Really? I was charged for 2 GB, of data, while I was sleeping, for instance. I know, I was overcharged, within the 14 years, I had their service. I'm always connected to wi-fi so I wasn't understanding. I kept being charged for data I KNOW I didn't use, to the tune of 120 bucks in just one billing cycle! They stopped their happy-go-lucky smiley BS, stammered, and told me that my phone should be taken to a service center.And remember, the FTC never requires consumers to pay money or give financial information to get a refund check. I switched to T-Mobile, a couple of months ago, With ATT, I was getting very high data overages, when I had done nothing, differently. Had I'd gone over my data allowance, I would've paid. I was told by AT&t to watch my use during every call and others blamed my modem. This company is rolling in the dough from their FRAUDULENT practices and laughing all the way to the bank. Their solution is to turn off your mobile data completely EXCEPT for when you need it. I should be able to leave my mobile data on and when I am in wifi spots (90% of the time) that should kick in.