$18.25 million settlement over services for deaf,

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NEW YORK — The federal government says AT&T will pay $18.25 million to settle charges related to operating services that are designed for use by the deaf and hard-of-hearing who place calls by typing messages over the Internet.

The settlement announced by the Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday closes an investigation over compliance with rules on registering and verifying callers. AT&T isn’t admitting any wrongdoing.

FCC says AT&T agrees to $18.25 million settlement over services for deaf, hard
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NEW YORK — The federal government says AT&T will pay $18.25 million to settle charges related to operating services that are designed for use by the deaf and hard-of-hearing who place calls by typing messages over the Internet. The settlement
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