TWC pays USD 18.8 mln to settle customer claims in California

Monday 24 February 2020 | 17:08 CET | News
Time Warner Cable, now owned by Charter, has agreed to pay USD 18.8 million to California to settle the claims of 170,000 customers throughout the state who paid for internet services they did not receive. The announcement was made by Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey, who explained that USD 16.9 million of the money will be given back to customers through automatic credits on their monthly bills. 

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Charter Communications / Time Warner
Countries: United States
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