In case you’re an AT&T client who thought your “unlimited plan” information arrangement’s “maximum” arrangement wasn’t generally performing, you’re likely right. The Federal Communication Commission is suing the telecom titan for an incredible $100 million for misdirecting clients about their services.

“The FCC will not stand idly by while consumers are deceived by misleading marketing materials and insufficient disclosure,” FCC seat Tom Wheeler said in an announcement.

AT&T, the FCC claims, efficiently actualized a “Most extreme Bit Rate” approach on clients who had boundless data usage, which to some degree harms an organization’s capacity to honestly assert their information strategy is unlimited. Under the arrangement, clients who came to a certain data cap every month would see their Internet information speeds moderate by “requests of extent,” as per court filings.

In an announcement, AT&T incompletely rebuked the charges, saying, “We have been completely straightforward with our clients, giving notice in different ways and going admirably past the FCC’s exposure necessities.” But in a press call, a senior FCC authority portrayed AT&T’s endeavors to unveil their information tops as off base and deficient.

The claim goes ahead the heels of a totally disconnected, however likewise huge, charge against AT&T. In right on time April, the two gatherings settled for $25 million over sloppy security at AT&T’s third-party client administration center, bringing about the robbery of almost 300,000 clients’ data.