AT&T and Verizon Wireless are now at war with each other over customer service.
AT&G and Verizon are both battling for the attention of their customers.
And now, it looks like they’re getting in each others’ faces.
A group of consumers has filed a class action lawsuit against AT&H and Verizon in the Federal District Court for the District of Columbia, alleging that they are both engaging in unfair and deceptive business practices that hurt their customers and that the carriers are trying to squeeze them into making lower rates.
The lawsuit seeks an injunction to prevent AT&h from charging customers more than $100 a month for unlimited data and wireless phone service and an injunction against Verizon to prevent the carriers from charging users more than the $150 a month that AT& hiked their pricing on Tuesday.AT&H is the carrier of choice for many of the countrys fastest-growing cell phone carriers.
It offers its customers the best cell phone plans, with the cheapest rates, and offers a wide variety of services, including a free Internet service, video streaming, texting and calling, and video conferencing.
Verizon, meanwhile, has been making big money off of AT&g wireless service for years.
Its prepaid phone plan, which offers unlimited data for $30 a month, has more than 1.3 million subscribers, and its data plan, with unlimited data, has 2.1 million customers.
But consumers have been complaining about AT&t and Verizon for years, calling the companies’ service “unfair” and “unlimited,” and accusing the companies of taking money from consumers without giving them a fair deal.
The plaintiffs in the lawsuit say that they have been repeatedly told by AT&s and Verizon to pay more for their cell phone service.
They say AT& and Verizon have told them that if they want a cheaper deal, they should pay less.
In a statement to The Associated Press, Verizon spokeswoman Jessica Buehlmann said that the company has been a champion of customer service and its customers have benefited from AT&’s and Verizon’s business practices.
Verify, the other wireless carrier, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.