WASHINGTON — Bank of America Corp. said Tuesday it wouldn't hike credit card fees in advance of new rules mandated by Congress capping charges set to go into effect in February.

In a letter sent to Senate Banking Committee Chairman Christopher Dodd, D-Conn., the bank pledged not to implement any change in terms of re-pricing of consumer credit card accounts between now and the effective date of the act.

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