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Who Really Wins in Class Action Lawsuits?

In cases of a lawsuit, who really wins in the end? Is it the carrier, who disgruntled customers sued and are required to pay millions of dollars? Or is it the complainants, who win in their fight against the carriers but also win with some remuneration in the end? It’s actually neither– because in the end, it’s the lawyers that win for representing customers.  As reported by PhoneArena, the … [read full article]

Court Rejects T-Mobile’s Appeal to Dismiss Suit Over Sprint Acquisition

Last week, the Chicago-based 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rejected T-Mobile’s appeal to dismiss a class action suit over its Sprint merger. As reported by Reuters, customers of AT&T and Verizon Wireless filed the lawsuit, who argued that the $26 billion merger led to the increase in prices. It was also revealed that the carriers were not involved in the suit. Instead, a total of … [read full article]

T-Mobile Appeals Against AT&T & Verizon Customers Alleging It Caused Price Increase

Back in November, AT&T and Verizon customers were allowed to file a lawsuit against T-Mobile. These customers were frustrated with T-Mobile’s merger with Sprint, which they believed caused its rival carriers to raise their prices.  The proposed lawsuit intended to penalize T-Mobile with various fees. Not to mention, they hoped to reverse the 2020 merger.  According to Reuters, T-Mobile can now appeal to have … [read full article]

T-Mobile Exposed Customer Data to Hackers, Per Lawsuit

A 2022 lawsuit against T-Mobile revealed how T-Mobile exposed the data of its customers to hackers. The lawsuit was filed by an investor in the company that goes by the name Jenna Harper.  As reported by PhoneArena, the lawsuit claimed that T-Mobile has one unified database where its customer data and credentials are organized into. This database then trains AI and machine learning models, which has the tendency … [read full article]

AT&T sues T-Mobile over BannedSeniors campaign

Last week, T-Mobile acted on behalf of its customers (and non-customers) by unveiling its new BannedSeniors campaign. Through the campaign, T-Mobile exposed its competitors for not making senior discounts available to customers who weren’t residing in Florida. And now, AT&T is fighting back.  In an earlier report from PhoneArena, AT&T has filed a legal action against T-Mo in a federal court in Texas. … [read full article]

Former Sprint dealers sue T-Mobile for ‘forcing them out of business’

T-Mobile is facing a lawsuit from former Sprint wireless dealers.  As reported by Fierce Wireless, a total of four retail wireless dealers filed lawsuits against the Un-Carrier in recent weeks. These dealers include Absolute Wireless, Maycom, Solutions Center, and Wireless Express. Previously, these dealers sold Sprint’s wireless services. But ever since the merger, they claimed that they have run out of business. The National Wireless … [read full article]

T-Mobile being sued by victim of SIM swapping attack

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T-Mobile is currently facing a complaint against one of the victims of SIM swapping, a type of fraud.  According to reports, a Californian recently filed a lawsuit against the Un-Carrier for failing to safeguard his personal and financial information. The lawsuit was filed on Monday in the Southern District of New York. The plaintiff, identified as Calvin Cheng, claimed that T-Mobile failed to protect his information. As a result, Cheng became a victim of the fraud.  SIM … [read full article]

California AG Xavier Becerra will not appeal judge’s T-Mobile-Sprint merger ruling

Following New York Attorney General Letitia James’ announcement that she won’t be appealing the judge’s decision to allow T-Mobile and Sprint’s merger to go forward, California’s AG has now made a similar announcement. California Attorney General Xavier Becerra will not appeal the judge’s decision last month to reject the state AGs’ lawsuit against the T-Mobile-Sprint merger. [read full article]