.....that T-Mobile "blacklisted" your phone for use in the US. They will share your phone information with other cell providers and you will not be able to activate it with someone else unless you settle your debt with T-Mobile. This is not new and there is very little you can do otherwise "legally". It doesn't matter how much you actually paid for the phones, but whatever you paid for them was a subsidized price from T-Mobile and they expect to get paid.
That's all I can say about it here.
If anybody posts the "illegal" options it will be deleted.
BTW: when posting with all CAPS, it makes it look you are shouting.
I PURCHASED 2 LG PHONES FROM T-MOBILE AND WAS MAKING MONTHLY PAYMENTS ON THEM. I LOST MY JOB AND T-MOBILE WOULDN'T WORK WITH ME TO KEEP MY SERVICE FROM BEING DISCONNECTED. IF I PUT A DIFFERENT T-MOBILE SIM CARD IN THE PHONE IT WONT ALLOW ME TO MAKE OR GET CALLS. WHEN I TRY TO CALL SOMEONE THE CALL IS REDIRECTED TO T-MOBILE NUMBER. WE STILL OWE ON THE PHONES. IS THERE ANY WAY TO MAKE THESE PHONES WORK AGAIN? $600.00 PHONE THAT IS PRETTY MUCH USELESS NOW. PLEASE HELP WITH ANY INFO, THANKS SO MUCH....