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Current and former Sprint postpaid and prepaid customer account holders (Sprint customers) who paid for unauthorized third-party PSMS charges after July 1, 2010 and who did not receive a credit for those charges may apply for refunds.
Sprint postpaid customers are eligible for full refunds of unauthorized charges that were not previously refunded by Sprint.
At Virgin Mobile, we’re teaming with Apple to offer you nothing but the world’s most popular phone.
We’re not throwing money at pop stars and pro athletes.
After the first year, pay only $50/month for the same awesome unlimited plan and so much more. That means a companion ticket to the UK, an extra night in a hotel, discounts on domestic travel, wines and more.
Available exclusively with the purchase of an i Phone and with Auto Pay. And these Virgin Perks are just an introduction to all the great Inner Circle Member Benefits you’ll receive.
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Serving 6 million customers in select markets in Georgia, Florida, Texas, Michigan, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Nevada and California, Dallas-based Metro PCS is a CDMA carrier that offers unlimited minutes as a feature of all its calling plans.
If the government is seeking customer’s content then it must obtain a warrant based on probable cause.” AT&T On releasing location data to you: “Giving customers location data for their wireless phones is not a service we provide.” On responding to requests from law enforcement: "We do share data with law enforcement as part of a valid legal process - for example, a court order or a subpoena." T-Mobile On releasing location data to you: “No comment.” On responding to requests from law enforcement: “For law enforcement agencies, we release customer information only when compelled or permitted under existing laws. say the law has not kept pace with developing technology and argue for more stringent privacy standards for cell phone companies.