T-Mobile Wins Cases Against Pre-Paid Traffickers
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Aug 6, 2008, 11:21 AM by Eric M. Zeman
T-Mobile announced that it has won two separate cases in Texas involving traffickers of its pre-paid phones. The traffickers purchased T-Mobile phones in bulk, discarded the original packaging, hacked them, and then resold them at a profit. T-Mobile won an injunction against the plaintiffs, which prohibits them from buying phones in bulk in the future. If the defendants violate the injunctions, they will be subject to fines. One set of defendants were fined $6.5 million. T-Mobile is pursuing similar cases in federal courts across the U.S.
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So you t-mobile haters can all shut up.
what they need is BETTER LAWERS!!
maybe they too busy reselling the phones and forgot to hire some lawyers? haha
T-Mobile (and other prepaid carriers) loses money for this
the money gained by future refill
if the phone only is used, no SIM, the carrier loses money
good win for t-mobile.