The FTC says the Bellevue, Washington based carrier made hundreds of millions of dollars from the charges. The charges in question were from third-party merchants offering text message subscriptions for things like flirting tips, horoscopes and celebrity gossip, many not authorized by customers.
T-Mobile CEO John J. Legere fired back Tuesday, calling the FTC complaint “sensationalized,” “unfounded and without merit.”
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