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Teen slammed with $2,000 phone bill thanks to iPhone’s Wi-Fi Assist

If you’re an iPhone user who lives in a house with lots of Wi-Fi dead zones, you should really think about turning off the Wi-Fi Assist feature that automatically switches your data over to your carrier’s LTE network if your Wi-Fi signal isn’t strong.  CBS News reports that a teenager in San Francisco recently got a phone bill for more than $2,000 after using 144GB of monthly data on his iPhone that had Wi-Fi Assist enabled. MUST READ:  5 of the coolest new gadgets unveiled Tuesday at CES 2016 Ashton Finegold didn’t think he had to worry much about big overage fees despite the

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