Lawsuit alleges T-Mobile left Sprint 5G customers out in the cold [telecom]

And another lawsuit claims the merger reduced competition

By Ryne Hager Published June 24, 2022

T-Mobile could face a class-action lawsuit for how it handled Sprint's legacy 5G network shutdown following the acquisition. As reported by Light Reading, this is just a single lawsuit from a single person, but the plaintiff is aiming to rope in other customers that purchased Sprint 5G-compatible devices without being informed of the shutdown that lost 5G access, with up to 75,000 phones potentially affected - that's a lot of potential customers that could be included if the suit continues and the class is certified.

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