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Sprint subscriber sues T-Mobile for lack of 5G support on his device

Yesterday, it was reported that T-Mobile is being sued by a group of AT&T and Verizon Wireless customers over the repercussions of its 2020 merger with Sprint. Today, another report reveals that a Sprint subscriber is suing the Un-carrier for the trouble he has experienced as a T-Mo subscriber.  PhoneArena reports that a Sprint subscriber has filed a lawsuit against T-Mobile for all the troubles he experienced. The plaintiff, Jose Luis Garcia Moreno, purchased a … [read full article]

New website keeps track of all lawsuits T-Mobile is facing

Although T-Mobile’s merger with Sprint seems to be a wise decision for the Un-carrier, other parties don’t seem to believe this is the case.  In particular, the group that has been negatively affected by the merger are the independent dealers and distributors. Ever since then, they have filed lawsuits against the Un-carrier for forcing them out of business.  Today, a new website has emerged to keep an eye out on all the complaints and lawsuits … [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 Independent Dealer Association (NWIDA) revealed that it had received copies[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. Becerra announced today that the California Department of Justice has struck a deal with T-Mo and Sprint regarding their merger. … [read full article]

New York AG James says she won’t appeal T-Mobile-Sprint lawsuit decision

Shortly after a judge rejected the lawsuit by state attorneys general trying to block the T-Mobile-Sprint merger, there was speculation that the states could try to appeal the decision. However, one of the leaders of the lawsuit has said that they will not appeal. New York Attorney General Letitia James said today that she won’t appeal the decision in the T-Mobile-Sprint merger case. Rather than appeal, James says she’d like to work with the carriers … [read full article]

Judge approves T-Mobile-Sprint merger

It’s official: T-Mobile and Sprint’s merger has been approved by the judge presiding over a trial involving 14 state attorneys general. In his decision, Judge Victor Marrero said that the merger is not likely to substantially lessen competition like the suing state AGs had claimed it would. The judge also rejected the argument that Sprint would continue to be competitive if the merger were blocked, saying that it “does not have a sustainable long-term competitive … [read full article]

Final arguments in T-Mobile-Sprint merger trial made today

After delivering their testimonies and breaking for the holidays, the two sides in the T-Mobile-Sprint merger trial met again today to deliver their final arguments. Glenn Pomerantz, a lawyer for the 14 states suing to block the merger, argued that the trial will impact at least 130 million customers since the deal would reduce the number of major U.S. carriers from four to three. “If this merger goes forward, they’re at risk for paying billions of … [read full article]

T-Mobile-Sprint merger review by DOJ and FCC was ‘cursory’, states argue

At the tail-end of the testimonies in the T-Mobile-Sprint merger, the Department of Justice and Federal Communications Commission voiced their support for the deal in a filing. Fast-forward to this week and the states opposing the deal have responded. In a filing from Wednesday, lawyers for California and New York argued that the merger’s approvals from the DOJ and FCC don’t carry special weight and should be ignored by the judge in the trial. The … [read full article]

Dish talks with ‘very exciting’ partners teased during T-Mobile-Sprint merger trial

Dish Network co-founder Charlie Ergen testified in the T-Mobile-Sprint merger trial this week, and an interesting tidbit of info came up that could play a role in the trial’s outcome. During the trial, lawyers were arguing whether certain parts of Ergen’s testimony should be conducted in open court. As noted by Fierce Wireless and New Street Research analyst Blair Levin, there were questions about Dish’s viability as a major fourth U.S. carrier and the attorney for … [read full article]