For some Apple fans, the Verizon iPhone can't come soon enough.
AT&T announced last June that it was changing its data plan set up where new customers could choose from a 200MB plan for $15 a month or a 2GB plan for $25 a month. The company said it would not offer unlimited data to new iPhone and iPad customers.
He says AT&T charged him for 259 data transactions totaling 223 MB even though he did not use his phone that much.
A two-month review by an independent consulting firm hired by Hendricks' attorney would support the accusation.
The study found that AT&T overcharged its customers for data by 7 to 14 percent.
Those hoping life will be better on Verizon should know that the iPhone savior was hit with a $25 million order by the FCC to settle claims it overcharged its customers for data.