The Federal Trade Commission, or FTC, has been keeping a watchful eye on T-Mobile lately. Though the more popular cases the FTC has been dealing with relate to mergers and acquisitions, the FTC has recently redirected its energy in suing T-Mobile. T-Mobile has allegedly been charging customers with millions of dollars of false charges; the company charged consumers with third-party services that the consumers did not know they were signing up for. To make matters worse, the third-party services did not keep all of the money, either; T-Mobile retained 35-40% of the profits from these unwarranted charges. Only time will tell what changes the FTC’s stance toward T-Mobile sparks.