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Damn man Cellular companies really screwing everyone lol
Because Halliburton didn't over charge the government by "billions". LoL 20mil is chump change to both the government and a cellular company.
post #22 of 24
I believe it. My wife's aunt left Sprint for the same reason. A bunch of bogus charges that nobody could explain.
    
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They'll wait a few years, let that money build up interest and then be like, ok it took us a long time to investigate it but yeah it was a computer glitch. Here's your $21 mil back, while they keep the interest.
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Wow people say Sprint and lots of personal offense tongue.gif
Instead of questioning why the government is wondering about minimal funds spent for tapping peoples cell phones for surveillance. Or wondering why this even made news when the Gov and FCC regulation force telecoms to use their network for such surveillance activities.

If Sprint and other telecoms didn't charge the government for use of their equipment it would fall back on the paying customer. With all the regulation the FCC has on Sprint I highly doubt they would be trying to rip off the government.

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