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PSC Files Complaint for Vidalia Citizen
Friday, 22 November 2013

November 22--  The Georgia Public Service Commission has filed a complaint with AT&T on behalf of a Vidalia resident.

Joe Holland of Vidalia says the company never told him there would be extra charges if he upgraded to AT&T's "UVERSE" internet service.  He only found out when his next bill included a charge of $299.37.

The PSC advises consumers to ask vendors about all charges before agreeing to any new service.  

Meanwhile, if you've had problems similar to Holland's, you can call the PSC at 404-651-5025 and lodge a complaint.

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