Re: Want to join class action law suit against T Mobile? Rip offs?
by Cary L. - Posted Thu April 12, 2012 @ 3:22 PM
Count me in. I completed my 2 year contract then I moved to an area that only recieved service through AT&T and even then it was pretty poor. Then I could no longer afford to pay $60+ a month especially for not receiving full service. After not paying one bill promply, they started sending text messages about cancelling service and that a $20 fee would be charged to reinstate service. So canceled service was sounding pretty good and a chose to let it cancel. As expected the phone stopped connecting to service and I no longer received calls, texts, or internet service. A couple of weeks later I went online and paid the full amount due, but elected to not pay the fee to re-establish service since I did not want it anymore. Again, as expected, the did not connect to services, no phone calls, texts, or internet in or out. Two months later T-mobile called to collect $120 due for current services. I explained that I had not received service since they cancelled two months earlier. Yet they insisted that I was somehow receiving reduced service (at full service rates) yet my phone continued to report no network connection. I asked them to remove the charges. Instead I continued to get bills first for $180+ and then $240+ from a collection agent. This is not even a claim of early termination but more like a fee to terminate month-to-month service.