WASHINGTON - Washington, D.C., Attorney General Karl Racine filed a lawsuit against AT&T Mobility National Accounts, alleging that the company overcharged the city millions of dollars for cellphone and internet services, Racine's office said in a statement on Wednesday. Racine's office said AT&T was contractually required to give the city the cheapest data and wireless phone services available. "Instead, AT&T knowingly invoiced the District for features, add-ons, and other services it did not need, causing millions in improper charges that were paid for with taxpayer funds," Racine's office said. A spokesman for AT&T did not immediately respond to a request for comment. The attorney general's office said it was seeking three times the amount of any overcharges as well as penalties and the cost of bringing the case. It did not give a figure for this amount. The lawsuit was filed in District of Columbia Superior Court. REUTERS
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