Sprint Rejects Call At FCC To Expand Bill Dispute Window

Law360, New York (January 10, 2017, 4:10 PM EST) -- Sprint Corp. told the Federal Communications Commission on Monday to reject a request from a Washington, D.C., attorney to find a six-month deadline for disputing wireless bills unlawful, arguing that the two-year statute of limitations in the Communications Act does not apply to the charges at issue. 

In asking the FCC to find the six-month deadline unlawful, Arthur Belendiuk of Smithwick & Belendiuk PC told the agency in September that he discovered that Verizon was improperly billing him for Baltimore tax and 911 fees for at...
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