T-Mobile Allegedly Took Millions From Bogus Charges According To The Federal Trade Commission

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The FTC claims that T-Mobile utilized bogus charges to make hundreds of millions of dollars from customers.

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Some Horrible People Are Scamming Homeless People Into Buying iPhones

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Some truly horrible people in Denver are scamming homeless people into buying iPhones.


Why Dish Network Is Looking To Buy Sprint And/Or T-Mobile


Dish Network wants to buy a cellular company, and it's not picky which. But why is it so desperate to get into mobile phones?

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Sprint Finally, Finally Dumping Nextel

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Yes, Nextel is still around. But not for long.


Japanese Cell Provider Softbank Buying Sprint

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You don't know Softbank yet. But you're about to, as they're coming to America and hopefully bringing Otosan with them.

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Fellas, Facebook Is Not The Place To Look For Marriage Proposal Advice

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Because how much a man loves a woman in the modern world is defined solely by how <a href="http://mashable.com/2011/05/19/elaborate-marriage-proposal/">elaborately and creatively he proposes to her</a>, some random dude named Santo is teaming with Esquire and Sprint -- who are offering prizes for your suggestions -- to try to come up with a creative way to pop the question to his lady, lest she be publicly shamed by the humiliation of not having a man willing to emasculate himself in front of family, friends and countless strangers in exchange for the privilege of having the state officially validate their coupling.


Here’s Your Obligatory ‘iPhone Coming To Sprint’ Post


We don't talk about the iPhone much on here because everybody else is happy to do so at length, and usually all of the speculation turns out to be wildly wrong.


Are T-Mobile and AT&T Really Merging?

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On Monday, T-Mobile users learned just how much their love and respect for their company was worth when Douche, er, Deutsche Telekom announced it was selling its T-Mobile USA operations to AT&T, better known to mobile users as the network that thinks dropping calls in New York City 30% of the time is acceptable service.


Will Androids Survive The iPhone 5?

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For the past month, I have been performing the daunting task of picking a new cell phone to replace by seemingly outdated Blackberry Curve.

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