T-Mobile fined $40 million over false ring tones

The company admitted to misleading customers into thinking their calls were going through in rural areas by broadcasting false ring tones.
0:51 | 04/17/18

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You today's tech bikes a big find for T-Mobile wireless company has agreed to pay a forty million dollar settlement with the government. It was accused of using a fake ring tones to give owners the impression that all. Netflix is reporting a huge increase in. Subscribers at a company now has a 125 million customers worldwide. Its stock has been soaring in after hours trading take a look at this the stock was trading at a 143 dollars a year ago this morning wow. 323. Dollars a share. And Sega is getting nostalgic offering a new version of one of its most popular gaming system. It's going to release a Sega Genesis many later this year. The mini is celebrating the thirtieth anniversary of the original Sega Genesis no details yet on the press wondered that also be mini. I guess just need to phone this compact disc things that your tech site.

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