T-Mobile grabs fake Carrier Ax Ringer Suit


Law360 (Aug 31, 2021, 6:26 p.m. EDT) – Illinois federal judge cut cord of proposed class action lawsuit filed by local operators accusing T-Mobile of using bogus ringtones to trick customers into believing that the dropped calls were the operators’ fault, believing that the carriers had failed to prove that T-Mobile had deliberately acted to defraud them.

The lawsuit brought by telecommunications companies Craigville Telephone Co., which operates as Adams Wells Internet Telecom TV, and Consolidated Telephone Co., which were responsible for forwarding calls from T-Mobile to the destination of the ‘caller, alleged that the so-called bogus ringtones were actually a ploy to trick customers into believing dropped calls were not …

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