So today, we went out on an appointment and I discovered something interesting about AT&T. They allow charges to be put onto your phone bill that are totally bogus. It is like the spam in your e-mail inbox… Except that you have to pay for it. A word to the wise, check your bill closely for charges that don’t make sense and if there is anything there, call the number and get them dropped asap. No reasaon to pay for something totally useless, is there?
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