They’re the hidden charges on your cell phone bill. In fact, only one in 20 customers even knows they’re getting hit with them. A Seattle man was feeling the pain, so he decided to get Jesse.
UPDATE: Speed Text CEO Daniel Starr contacted KING 5 after its initial report. Starr says he had been unaware of our earlier attempts to contact a company representative. He says his company received a subscription from Theahn Nguyen’s phone that appeared to be valid, but that the matter has been resolved without Nguyen being charged. He said, “It is very troubling to learn that a consumer was unhappy with their experience with our service,” and that Speed Text adheres to T-Mobile and other carrier guidelines in marketing its service.
Nguyen and Starr have spoken and have resolved their issues. Both sides consider the matter closed.