SEATTLE Communications giant T-Mobile USA has sued Starbucks Corp. for allegedly colluding with AT&T to offer free wireless internet access at the coffee chain’s cafes, according to published reports. In the lawsuit, reportedly filed June 5 in a New York court, T-Mobile alleges that Starbucks and AT&T are not living up to an agreement among the three companies over how the coffee bran would switch from its T-Mobile partnership to the arrangement with AT&T, which was announced ...
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