Roberts v. AT&T

Case No. 3:15-cv-03418-EMC

United States District Court for the Northern District of California

If you have or had an AT&T unlimited data plan YOU MAY BE ENTITLED TO A CASH PAYMENT by check or bill credit from a class action settlement.

A federal court authorized the notice. It is not a solicitation from a lawyer.
You are not being sued. Please do not contact the Court.
Your legal rights are affected whether you act or don’t act.
Read the notice carefully.


Your Legal Rights and Options in this Lawsuit

Your legal rights are affected, and you have a choice to make. Your options are explained below.

Find your Personal ID # on the notice you received to determine whether you need to file a claim to get a payment. (See FAQs 6-7).

See sample illustration of Personal ID and PIN# location from Postcard or Email Notification.

If you did not receive an email or postcard notice or you no longer have the notice, or if you are unsure whether you need to file a claim, you can file a claim without entering a Personal ID # and the Settlement Administrator will verify your claim, or you can email the Settlement Administrator at: Info@ATTUnlimitedDataSettlement.com to get your Personal ID.

Options

If your Personal ID # begins with “B” If your Personal ID # begins with “C” If your Personal ID # begins with “A”

File a claim

File a claim by AUGUST 13, 2021 to receive a payment. See FAQs 6-7. File a claim by AUGUST 13, 2021 to receive the full payment you are eligible for. Do nothing and receive smaller payment. See FAQs 6-7. Not applicable. If your Personal ID # begins with “A” you do not need to file a claim to receive a payment.

Do Nothing

Receive no payment and give up the right to sue AT&T for the issues in this lawsuit. Receive a smaller payment than you are eligible for and give up the right to sue AT&T for the issues in this lawsuit. Receive a payment and give up the right to sue AT&T for the issues in this lawsuit.

Opt out, receive no payment, and retain right to sue

To opt-out, you must mail or email a request for exclusion by JULY 14, 2021. See FAQ 12 for details.

Object or comment on the settlement

Object or comment on the settlement by JULY 14, 2021. See FAQ 13 for details. If you object or comment, you can still file a claim and receive a payment.