(Reuters) – Lexington phones cost $15,000 to repair and $10,000 each to replace, according to a phone repair bill that was released on Wednesday.
The phone repairs bill is the latest in a series of lawsuits filed against the company by its customers.
Lexington phones are widely used in rural areas across the U.S., with about 4 million phones in use in Oklahoma alone, according the company.
Lexyons phone repair bills have drawn criticism from lawmakers who have called for the company to pay for repairs.
In response to the new data, the company issued a statement saying that it is pleased with the outcome and would work to resolve the concerns and provide a fair and transparent process for all customers.
The company said it will not take any action that could interfere with the resolution of the dispute and that it will continue to cooperate with the investigation.
(Reporting by Jon Herskovitz; Editing by Sandra Maler)