Not with court battles, but with "free" data.
T-Mobile has a prepaid plan that offers 5GB of data that you may not have heard of.
There’s nothing on the books to prevent T-Mobile from not charging for some wireless data, but open internet advocates believe this may set a dangerous precedent.
Similar to its “Music Freedom” initiative, T-Mobile is now encouraging you to “binge on.”
Hackers managed to break into the servers of a data processor that T-Mobile used, exposing 15 million people’s private data.
The company says less than one percent of its customers will be affected by the change.
Whereas Sprint and T-Mobile haven’t done anything but profit off of excluding them.
The carrier wants to put all the blame for a recent data breach on Experian, but T-Mobile is the name people trusted with their data.
While AT&T was adapting existing tech to support deaf users for Wi-Fi calls, T-Mobile and Sprint were busy marketing Wi-Fi calling to the less hard of hearing.
I should know, I've been there.