Verizon Sues Sprint Over Interconnection Charges
Much ado about nothing.
Verizon, however, has a problem in that if this isn't settled in a certain time frame then they will outright lose the dispute. T...
Corporate Greed and Lawsuits...America's Two Favorite Past Times. lol
oddly familiar ..
bye bye sprint, its been nice watching you bleed to death.
Please Read The Article
They need the money! 🤣
DOES NOT SURPRISE ME AT ALL
Not to mention the numerous small claims lawsuits that sprint has delt with over the past year. You can only misstreat people for so long.
This doesnt surprise me at all, I have been battling with sprint to pay me correctly for a STD leave for almost 5 months now and today I got a lawyer.
What does STD stand for? Many people woul...
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This is the most preposterous, weightless comment I've ever read on these forums.
Besides that, what he said is essentially true. Any wireless provider cannot preform well without the assistance and roaming agreements of other providers.
Just wondering 😎
Brown has joined the VZW team. 🙄
Time to pay up!
Hey Verizon, note to self: Don't write checks that your butt can't cash (700MHz spectrum) and then expect everyone to ...
Come on Sprint...Verizon needs some mula after the 700 MHz auction. That and if you can spent over 100 mill to promote the Instinct why can't you come up with 10% of that to pay your bills?
How long til we see......
Per the source article from RCR News
"While on the receiving end of the suit, Sprint Nextel is mounting a major effort at the FCC to ensure AT&T Inc. is not allowed to stray from an interconnection condition to which it agreed as a prerequisite to gaining approval of its merger with BellSouth Corp. in late 2006. Wireless carriers and other communications companies have sided with Sprint Nextel. AT&T asserts Sprint Nextel and others are misinterpreting the merger commitment and federal telecom regulations."
Looks like Sprint is not the only one not paying their bills.
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I guess Verizon should have ran credit on Sprint before allowing them to have a contract. Maybe they should have charged a $125 or $400 deposit.