The Federal Trade Commission received a complaint in 2014 saying "AT&T failed to adequately disclose to its unlimited data plan customers that, if they reach a certain amount of data use in a given billing cycle, AT&T would reduce—or “throttle”—their data speeds to the point that many common mobile phone applications, such as web browsing and video streaming, became difficult or nearly impossible to use."


What this means is if you were or are a AT&T customer that signed up for Unlimited Data before 2011, you could be getting a piece of the 60 million dollars AT&T is paying to settle litigation with the FTC.

No one is required to put in a claim. Present AT&T customers will get a credit on their bill and former customers will get a check mailed to them. No word on what amount will be paid out to individuals.


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