If you are a current or former AT&T DSL customer, you may be entitled to benefits from a class action settlement.
The AT&T Internet Services DSL Speed Settlement is currently in the filing period for Class Members.
The deadline for filing a claim form is July 1, 2010, the deadline for opting out of the Settlement is May 3, 2010, and the deadline for filing an objection is May 3, 2010.
Check out the AT&T Internet Services DSL Speed Settlement for more details and to file your claim online if you are a current or former AT&T DSL customer.
AT&T DSL customers have sued alleging that AT&T breached its contracts with and defrauded some of its customers by limiting the maximum data speed that some of its customers could obtain at a rate below the maximum rate for the plan the customer purchased.
The lawsuit also alleges that AT&T breached its contracts with and defrauded some of its customers by delivering speeds lower than the minimum promised under the customer’s plan, or otherwise disappointed its customers expectations regarding the speed of the DSL service.
AT&T strongly denies the allegations, but has agreed to settle to avoid the burden and cost of further litigation.
You are a Settlement Class Member if you purchased DSL service from AT&T in the U.S. after March 31, 1994.
The Court has not decided whether or not to approve the Settlement.
However, if you are a member of the Settlement Class, you must choose whether and how to participate in the Settlement now.
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File your claim for the AT&T Internet Services DSL Speed Settlement today if you are a qualifying current or former customer.