WASHINGTON — AT&T wireless customers may want to take a closer look at their old phone bills because they may have money coming back to them.

The Federal Trade Commission said Wednesday that AT&T Mobility LLC, a subsidiary of the telecom giant, has agreed to a hefty $105 million settlement after the government accused the company of unlawfully billing customers for hundreds of millions of dollars in bogus charges — a practice known as cramming. The multi-agency settlement includes $80 million that will be paid to the FTC for consumer refunds.

According to the complaint, the charges appeared on AT&T phone

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