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AT&T Mobility Settles Improper Fees Class Action
AT&T Mobility LLC has settled a class action lawsuit alleging it improperly charged certain wireless customers improper fees. If you were assessed a Universal Service Charge (explained below) by AT&T Mobility between 2004 and 2010, you may be entitled to a credit or cash refund from the class action settlement.
AT&T has agreed to a $152,634,430 class action lawsuit settlement to resolve the litigation, and continues to deny the allegations, which were that AT&T violated state and federal law by improperly charging consumers on data pay-per-use plans, visual voice mail services, customer custom packaging plans, international calls outside the United States or voice mail services on bills issued from January 1, 2004 up through and including December 31, 2010.
In order to be final, the Court will have a A Final Fairness Hearing on February 20, 2013.
More detail and claim forms are available at: http://www.attmuscsettlement.com/