American soldiers claim that a phone company is charging them outrageous fees for making calls to their loved ones while heading to and from combat zones. NBC's senior investigative correspondent Lisa Myers reports.
Is $41 a reasonable charge for a 3-second voicemail left by an American soldier on his way to Iraq?
Not according to a lawsuit filed by a military couple accusing a U.S. company of gouging troops traveling to and from tours of duty in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Watch the video above or click here to read the full story by NBC News senior investigative correspondent Lisa Myers.