The government claims Sprint "inflated its charges by approximately 58 percent," which amounts to more than $21 million in overpayment.
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Most smartphone subscribers only use about 20 percent of the data in their monthly plan. But heavy data subscribers are flocking to Sprint Nextel, while light users looking for a good deal are going to T-Mobile.
Smartphones may useful, but using them can come at a high price. Experts say a lot of consumers are paying too much money for their monthly minutes and data services. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.
Mobile bills analysis firm billmonitor reckons Brits are collectively wasting nearly £5bn per year on the wrong mobile tariffs -- an average of nearly £200 per person on the wrong contract.
Such a comment from a Yahoo executive is surprising, but this is just part of the long-running debate about whether YouTube makes money.
A new study released by BillShrink suggests that American wireless subscribers are overpaying on their phone service by about $366 a year.
It may take more than an ounce of prevention to avoid falling prey to the growing number of online criminals and their increasingly sophisticated deceptions.
A California resident has filed a class-action lawsuit against Apple, after the glass casing on his iPhone 4 broke after being dropped by his daughter.
Desperate job seekers, online classified advertisers, and would-be home workers are increasingly the victims of scammers--but anyone can fall prey to "smishing" text messages.