By Christopher Cole (March 4, 2022, 6:54 PM EST) – A cell phone retailer has sued T-Mobile, claiming that following its merger with Sprint, the wireless giant pressured the retail chain retail to enter into “false and oppressive” service agreements. to drive up costs and put old Sprint stores out of business.
Preferred Wireless LLC’s lawsuit for at least $50 million, filed in Ohio state court but returned by T-Mobile to federal court last month, has been stayed pending the outcome of a binding arbitration. Court records show that the two sides stipulated on Wednesday that the case would be arbitrated.
The plaintiff, who once owned dozens of locations as a Sprint dealer and claims it was…
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