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September 20, 2021
SEATTLE (AP) — A Pakistan resident has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for a conspiracy to “unlock” phones from AT&T's network, a scheme the company says cost it more than $200 million.
Muhammad Fahd, 35, of Karachi, recruited an employee of an AT&T call center in Bothell via Facebook in 2012, and began bribing that employee and his coworkers to use their credentials to unlock phones.
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