The state of New York is suing carrier Sprint for $300 million, alleging that Sprint failed to bill its customers for more than $100 million in taxes over seven years. The company has categorically denied the charges, claiming that they are "without merit," and says it intends to fight the suit.
- Apr 19, 2012, 6:00 PM UTC
Sprint has responded to the lawsuit from the State of New York, denying the claim that the company has failed to pay over $100 million in taxes.
By David Pierce
- Apr 19, 2012, 3:53 PM UTC
State of New York sues Sprint for more than $300m, claims carrier failed to bill customers for $100m in taxes
Sprint reportedly failed to bill its customers for more than $100 million in taxes over seven years and is being sued by New York for $300 million