AT&T Accuses Another Co. Of Prepaid Phone Resale Plot
Law360 (September 13, 2018, 7:45 PM EDT) -- AT&T dialed up its battle against cellphone distributors that the telecom giant says buy inexpensive AT&T-branded phones then unlock the devices for use with other mobile carriers with a new suit in Florida federal court Wednesday.
Three business units — Cricket Wireless LLC, AT&T Mobility LLC and AT&T Intellectual Property II LP — sued Edomir Group LLC, its owner Edwin Orozco and 20 unnamed parties, saying the phone distributor sapped profits from the Cricket prepaid phone business.
AT&T contends that by breaking through the device software that locks its branded phones within the carrier's network and then selling them for possible...
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