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AT&T, Nokia Accused of Selling Used Handsets As New

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Oylpann

Jul 17, 2008, 12:54 PM

Heres what I see happening.

AT&T will deny knowing anything about it (if they really did at all), strip said companies license and call it a day. 😛
texaswireless

Jul 16, 2008, 11:04 AM

Nice editting

Complete failure to mention 1/3 of the parties involved in the lawsuit. Great job once again.
texaswireless said:
Complete failure to mention 1/3 of the parties involved in the lawsuit. Great job once again.

Yep. Eric really isn't the best at accurately reporting events. He should look at getting a job with C...
(continues)
nokia + ATT + commclub = 3 WTF?
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Omagus

Jul 16, 2008, 7:51 AM

Why both?

Since AT&T is named as a defendant, I'm assuming that this was done in AT&T stores. But why is Nokia being sued too? Is there evidence that it was also complicit in this scheme? It's pretty easy for a phone to be returned and then repackaged as something new for another customer without the manufacturer ever being aware of it. Unless this was ONLY being done with Nokia phones...then I can understand.
This was actually done at an Indirect dealer called CommClub if you read the article at the attached link, not an AT&T corporate store. So I don't see how AT&T or Nokia could be at fault.
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yoboy8

Jul 16, 2008, 3:38 PM

HA HA

BETTER SELL MORE IPHONES, YOUR GOONA NEED THE MONEY 🤣
 
 
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