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The company said it had been doing this for five years to protect customers from exceeding their mobile data limits.
The seller priced the entire package at $100,000, but offered to sell it off in parts of 100,000 records for $10,000 apiece.
The largest U.S. mobile firm inserted unique tracking codes in its users traffic for advertising purposes.
Verizon, Cablevision and Time Warner are all involved in the probe.
Ingenu is being backed by several big names in the wireless industry.
Current contracts have expired, but Verizon employees are still at work.
A roundup of hot tech firms already valued at more than what AOL, a veritable Internet antique, is selling for.
T-Mobile has co-opted an existing Verizon ad campaign and is offering Verizon customers a free two-week trial in hopes of luring them away from the provider.