Sprint got hit with a class-action lawsuit for illegally extending customer’s contracts. Like most cellphone providers, up until recently they would put you in a new two-year contract if you added minutes, got a new phone, got refunds, or wore a blue shirt on Tuesday.
Sprint Sued For Illegally Extending Customers' Contracts
By consumerist.com February 7, 2008
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