As a follow-up, T-Mobile is today announcing a new program to proactively reach out to customers who were billed for these third party services to give them the opportunity to request a refund for any unauthorized charges. While T-Mobile customers can currently request refunds for unauthorized charges, the company believes that the proactive outreach to current and former customers is the right thing to do.
“If you’ve been charged for a third-party service you didn’t sign up for, it should be easy to get a refund,” said Mike Sievert, Chief Marketing Officer for T-Mobile. “If customers were charged for services they didn’t want, we’ll make it right. That’s being the Un-carrier.”
Beginning in July and running through September, T-Mobile will notify current and former customers who paid for Premium SMS services and have not already received a refund to let them know the process to request a summary of these charges and then request a refund for charges that were not authorized. A special website will also be available in July to provide more information.
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