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+ - Washington Attorney General slams T-Mobile over deceptive 'no-contract' ads->

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zacharye (2330148) writes "Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson on Thursday ordered UNcarrier T-Mobile to correct “deceptive advertising that promised consumers no annual contracts while carrying hidden charges for early termination of phone plans.” T-Mobile, which recently did away with standard cell phone service contracts and typical smartphone subsidies, is accused of misleading consumers by advertising no-contract wireless plans despite requiring that customers sign an agreement that makes them responsible for the full cost of their handsets should they cancel service prematurely..."
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Washington Attorney General slams T-Mobile over deceptive 'no-contract' ads

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