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November 4, 2020

Posted  November 4, 2020

T-Mobile will pay a $200 million penalty to resolve allegations that Sprint, prior to its merger with T-Mobile, falsely claimed monthly Lifeline subsidies for hundreds of thousands of low-income consumers who were not in fact using services.  FCC rules require that telecommunications providers claiming Lifeline subsidies must de-enroll subscribers who don’t used their service at least once a month, so that the government does not continue to pay for unused Lifeline services.  FCC

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