Remember when Verizon recently said "sorry" to 15 million of its mobile phone customers for overcharging them to the tune of $US52.8 million? So does the FCC, which just levied a massive $US25 million fine against them for the error.
According to the FCC, the fine is the largest in the agency's history.
Note: The previously reported $US90 million amount Verizon purportedly overcharged data using customers has since been readjusted to the $US52.8 million number seen above. [Reuters]