Verizon Ditches $2 Fee After Customer Uproar

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NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. telecommunications regulator is looking into a Verizon Wireless decision to charge $2 for one-time online and telephone bill payments.

Senh: Now that Verizon has reversed their decision, I guess this is a moot point.

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