AT&T is notifying its customers this evening of a settlement for “Internet Taxes” charged to its loyal customers…
- If you paid taxes, fees or surcharges (“Internet Taxes”) to AT&T Mobility LLC (“AT&T Mobility”) on internet access through certain services including iPhone data plans, Blackberry data plans, other smart phone data plans, laptop connect cards and pay-per-use data services on bills issued from November 1, 2005 up to and including September 7, 2010, you might be eligible to receive benefits from a class action settlement.
- The settlement resolves lawsuits concerning AT&T Mobility charging Internet Taxes for internet access through certain services.
- The two sides disagree about whether AT&T Mobility’s charging of Internet Taxes was proper, and if it was improper, how much the plaintiffs would have been entitled to. The parties have agreed to resolve these cases by settlement.
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