Update (1pm ET): T-Mobile declined to comment because court proceedings are ongoing.

No-contract plans have rippled out across the wireless industry since T-Mobile introduced its “un-contract” option a year ago. Since then, rivals like AT&T and Verizon have moved away from two-year service agreements and started charging customers on a month-to-month basis for their services and devices, much like T-Mobile.

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