month-to-month rent increase/decread & phone charges
1. I have a month-to-month rent of the apartment. At one point I had one rate, and later my rent was increased (no written notice). Then I know that rent rates when changing from month to month (mostly decreasing); however, my rent stayed the same. Whenever there is a change in rent rate (up or down) does landlord have to also bring rent rate up/down for all current residents (month-to-month), and not only for newcomers.
2. I moved into an apartment complex about two years ago. They provide their own telephone service (based on extentions), and they themselves use AT&T. When I moved in, I was provided only with local rates. A couple of weeks ago I started to make few international calls from time to time. Today I recieve a call from apt. manager saying that my phone bill is already $500.
Problem: AT&T charge $0.39/min; Apartment charged me ~$3.5/min (without providing me with any intl. rates beforehand, and without giving me any possible notice that I would be charged different rate from what AT&T charges, which they use).
Question: Can they do that?