Update: The Fairness Hearing has been rescheduled to Tuesday, November 8, 2022 at 10:30 a.m. Pacific Time and will be held remotely via Zoom. The link for the Zoom hearing is: https://cand-uscourts.zoomgov.com/j/1614698626?pwd=eXlQRThFajBjT0tieVBaYWpjMjFodz09 (Webinar ID: 161 469 8626 Password: 546984). For more information, visit the Court’s webpage at https://www.cand.uscourts.gov/judges/beeler-laurel-lb/.
If you have or had an AT&T post-paid wireless plan you may be entitled to a payment by check or bill credit from a class action settlement.
IMPORTANT: You need to file a claim by October 29, 2022, to get a payment from this settlement. Click here to file a claim.
- California AT&T customers claimed in a class action lawsuit that AT&T has charged its post-paid wireless service customers a monthly Administrative Fee that was unfair and not adequately disclosed. AT&T has denied and continues to deny that it did anything wrong or that the lawsuit has any merit. The customers and AT&T have reached a proposed settlement to resolve the lawsuit on a class action basis, as described below.
- If you received a notice about this settlement by email, mail, or text message, you very likely are part of the settlement according to AT&T’s records and are eligible to file a claim for a payment from the settlement.
- IMPORTANT: You must file a claim by October 29, 2022, to receive a payment from the settlement. Click here to file a claim.
- Your legal rights are affected, and you have a choice to make. Your options are explained below.
|YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS AND OPTIONS
|10FILE A CLAIM
|File a claim by October 29, 2022, to receive a payment.
|Receive no payment and give up the right to sue AT&T for the issues in this lawsuit.
|Receive no payment from the settlement and retain any right you may have to sue AT&T about the issues in this lawsuit. To opt-out, you must mail or email a request for exclusion by September 29, 2022. See FAQ 11 for details.
|13OBJECT OR COMMENT ON THE SETTLEMENT
|Object or comment on the settlement by September 29, 2022. See FAQ 12 for details. If you object or comment, you can still file a claim and receive a payment.