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T-Mobile rolls out a software update for its HTC One M7

T-Mobile owners of the HTC One M7 smartphone could start seeing a small software update for their device over the next few days or weeks. The download will bring the version number up to 6.10.531.10.

T-Mobile forks over $90 million to settle ‘unfounded’ cramming charges

Remember how indignant T-Mobile got when it was accused by the Federal Trade Commission of profiting from scams against its customers? Well now T-Mobile has agreed to fork over $90 million to settle the FTC’s charges, which it said were “unfounded and without merit” earlier this year. Show More Summary

T-Mobile to Pay $90 Million to Settle Claims of Wrongful Phone Charges

The company is the third major mobile phone carrier, after AT&T and Sprint, to settle with regulators over the practice, known as cramming.

T-Mobile wins a big victory over AT&T and Verizon that could bring lower prices

Score another win for the “Un-carrier.” Ars Technica notes that T-Mobile has now “won a declaratory ruling that could force AT&T and Verizon Wireless to charge lower prices for data roaming.” Essentially, T-Mobile has been arguing that...Show More Summary

T-Mobile must refund $90M to customers

As they crack down on mobile "cramming," regulators say customers of the wireless company were hit with unauthorized charges

T-Mobile pays $90 million to settle claims it profited from texting scams

T-Mobile protested its innocence after the Federal Trade Commission accused it of letting text message-based scams run amok in the name of profit, but it's not going to fight that complaint to the bitter end. The UnCarrier has agreed to a settlement...

T-Mobile to pay $90 million to settle mobile cramming claims

T-Mobile will pay at least $90 million in penalties and refunds as part of a settlement over its alleged practice of “mobile cramming,” or placing unauthorized third-party charges on customers’ cellphone bills, the Federal Communications Commission announced Friday.

T-Mobile to pay $90 million to settle mobile cramming claims

T-Mobile will pay at least $90 million in penalties and refunds as part of a settlement over its alleged practice of “mobile cramming,” or placing unauthorized third-party charges on customers’ cellphone bills, the Federal Communications Commission announced Friday.

T-Mobile to Refund $90 Million for Unwanted Charges

The mobile phone company had originally called the complained “unfounded and without merit”

T-Mobile will pay $90M over bogus charges on customer bills

2 days agoTechnology : GigaOM

The FCC on Friday announced a $90 million settlement with T-Mobile, making it the latest phone carrier to pay a penalty for "cramming," which involves adding unauthorized charges to customers' bills for subscriptions or "premium" te...

T-Mobile Agrees To Pay $112.5M To Settle FTC Mobile-Cramming Lawsuit

Rounding out a week punctuated by new accusations of mobile carriers overcharging consumers using a practice known as “bill-cramming,” one past lawsuit is being put to rest. T-Mobile agreed today to shell-out at least $112.5 millionShow More Summary

T-Mobile Paying Up to $90 Million for Phone Bill 'Cramming'

Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images WASHINGTON -- T-Mobile US (TMUS) will pay up to $90 million, mostly in refunds, for billing customers for cellphone text services they didn't order, under a settlement with federal regulators. The...Show More Summary

T-Mobile will pay $90 million to settle "cramming" charges

U.S. carrier T-Mobile has settled charges levied by the FTC and FCC that they charged customers for unwanted services, a settlement that comes to the tune of at least $90 million. The practice, known as "cramming", stemmed from third-party services from "premium SMS" providers for wallpapers, ringtones, horoscopes, celebrity gossip, and more. Show More Summary

T-Mobile Will Pay $90 Million To Refund The Bogus Charges It's Been Hiding In Phone Bills

T-Mobile has agreed to refund customers for unwanted third-party charges that appeared on phone bills, the Federal Trade Commission announced on Friday. T-Mobile will pay at least $90 million to settle the FTC lawsuit filed earlier this year, according to the FTC's official statement. Show More Summary

T-Mobile will refund up to $90 million for mistakenly billing customers

WASHINGTON — T-Mobile will issue up to $90 million in refunds for billing customers for cellphone text services they didn't order, under a settlement with federal regulators. The Federal Trade Commission announced the agreement Friday...Show More Summary

T-Mobile will pay $90 million to settle "cramming" charges

U.S. carrier T-Mobile has settled charges levied by the FTC and FCC that they charged customers for unwanted services, a settlement that comes to the tune of at least $90 million. The practice, known as "cramming", stemmed from third-party services from "premium SMS" providers for wallpapers, ringtones, horoscopes, celebrity gossip, and more.

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