If you have received charges on your wireless cellular phone bill from Verizon for mobile content (i.e., for ringtones, premium text messaging services, ring tones, joke a day programs, wallpaper, screensavers, text alerts, etc.) that you never authorized Verizon to bill you for, tell us your story.
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