It looks like T-Mobile might soon be investigated for false advertising by the New York Attorney General’s office and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. A number of (unnamed) consumer advocacy groups have filed suit against T-Mobile claiming “deceptive marketing and abusive debt collection practices.” Here's a quote with a few more of the specifics: "More specifically, the group is raising issue with T-Mobile’s claim that customers can switch carriers any time, as apparently 91 percent of its customers are on two-year payment plans for devices that require lump sum costs to exit from. Furthermore, the complaint points out that ending the financial agreements early can end up costing consumers more than if they broke traditional service contracts." ~ Android Authority The group will supposedly be bringing this complaint to the Federal Communications Commission and has similar issues with some of the other US carriers. T-Mobile has not responded to the accusation at this time.