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T-Mobile wacked with a $14 million contract lawsuit over stolen franchise agreement

April 27, 2020

Via: Wireless Estimator

In a lawsuit filed Friday, a former Illinois T-Mobile franchise owner who will be released from a federal prison halfway house on June 10 after serving almost two years on a tax evasion conviction, is alleging that his former business […]


Sprint’s 5G ‘E’ lawsuit against AT&T settled, ending what was considered a PR ploy

April 23, 2019

Via: Wireless Estimator

According to a court document obtained by Wireless Estimator, Sprint’s lawsuit against AT&T for deceptively marketing its upgraded 4G service as “5G Evolution,” has been settled. U.S. District Court Judge Vernon Broderick for the Southern District of New York said […]


Single structure towerco wins siting suit in Oklahoma Supreme Court

May 22, 2017

Via: Wireless Estimator

The owner of a successful Oklahoma tower and lighting maintenance company saw an opportunity to provide homeowners in a severely underserved area east of Muskogee with cell service – in some homes non-existent – and constructed a 250-foot self-supporting tower […]


AT&T sues Louisville, Ky. to block Google Fiber from gaining pole access

February 29, 2016

Via: Fierce Telecom News

AT&T is suing the city of Louisville, Ky., arguing that the city does not have the right to dictate how its utility poles can be used, reflecting a move to thwart Google Fiber from bringing its service to the city. […]