The Federal Communications Commission has released a million-dollar notice aimed at T-Mobile USA.

The commission released a Notice of Apparent Liability – proposing T-Mobile be held liable for a $1.25 million forfeiture for violations of the Enhanced 911 Phase I rules.

The commission issued a release that argued that T-Mobile, in more than 450 cases, “failed to provide E911 Phase I service within six months of a valid request for Phase I service from a Public Safety Answering Point.”

The FCC release added that, “although T-Mobile had received a waiver of the E911 Phase II rules, T-Mobile never even requested a waiver or other relief from the Phase I rules.”