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Sprint hit with largest ever fine over Do Not Call noncompliance

21
May
2014

Sprint was hit with a $7.5 million fine by the Federal Communications Commission for not complying with the Do Not Call Registry by sending consumers unwanted phone calls and text messages, according to The Associate Press. Sprint’s fine is the largest Do Not Call-related fine the FCC has ever handed out. That being said, Sprint will probably be OK, with its $8.88 billion in revenue last quarter. Sprint will now face two years of oversight by the FCC, during which it must regularly report to the FCC to ensure compliance. Sprint said in a statement that the problem “relates to issues resulting from technical and inadvertent human errors, which Sprint reported to the FCC. We have conducted a thorough, top-to-bottom

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