T-Mobile pays the FCC $200 million for something it did not do

The United States’ Lifeline program gives low-income consumers as much as $9.25 in federal cash each month that goes toward their phone line or their internet access cost; Americans who are part of the program can choose to use that credit on either their monthly phone bill or internet bill-it cannot be used on both. This morning, that T-Mobile agreed to pay the U.S. Treasury a penalty of $200 million following an investigation.
T-Mobile is on the hook for Sprint’s $200 million screw up
What the FCC discovered was that Sprint was claiming the monthly …
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