T-Mobile backs off plan to charge $1.50 for paper bill

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Under the threat of a class-action lawsuit and battered by a barrage of negative publicity — not the least of which occurred here at Buzzblog — T-Mobile has decided that its threat to gouge customers an additional $1.50 per month to continue getting a paper bill wasn’t worth the pixels it was written on.