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AT&T DSL Speed Settlement - Class Action Lawsuit Claims Website - Information

Updated on January 3, 2011

ATT DSL Speed Settlement

This gives information on the AT&T Slow Speed DSL Class Action Lawsuit and the settlement agreement on this case. This will be of interest to current and former AT&T DSL customers, because you might be able to receive benefits from this class action law suit case. This case was filed against AT&T and SBC Internet Services, Inc., d/b/a AT&T Internet Services. DSL customers sued and alleged that some of the customers did not receive and experience the DSL speed as promised under their contracts. They allege that ATT breached these contracts by delivering internet speeds that were lower than the minimum amount promised under the contract for some customers. ATT denies these allegations but has decided to settle the case to avoid further litigation costs.

At the website you can find all of the specific details about the class action lawsuit and how to make a claim for benefits. If you purchased AT&T DSL services after March 31, 1994 in the U.S., then you are a settlement class member. If you are a class member, then you have certain decisions to make, such as how you wish to participate in the class action. There are certain time line dates that are important and you can find those at the administrator's website.

ATT DSL Speed Settlement

From the class action lawsuit administrator's site you can also learn how to make a claim against this law suit case. You can download a claim form so that you can submit your claim for compensation benefits. You can submit claims online or you can mail the claim form in the postal mail, and all claim submissions must be postmarked by July 1, 2010. Make sure that the form is completed with accurate information.

You can also access and download a complete settlement agreement. Read this to make sure that you understand the DSL class action lawsuit settle agreement and terms. There is also contact information for the settlement administrator at the website should you need further clarification. You will also be able to read the description of the compensation benefits.

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      phil ginsburg 

      6 years ago

      Now I understand why my computer is slow its the DSL

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      6 years ago

      I have Elite dsl never worked right speed 2 to 4 mb was susposed to get over 5mb can't downstream under 5 mb had to give up netflix down streamming internet drops down around 4:00 then you CAN'T USE DSL THEN

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      samuel p borlasa 

      8 years ago

      pls send me a form for this lawsuit. When we had DSL

      services, our computer always crushed and our television channels were not working or temporary no communicaton

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      Mai A. Davis 

      8 years ago

      Please send me a form for this new lawsuit as soon as possible. I have had terrible slow access to internet and other people that use my computer when they are at my house say that it is the slowest that they have ever seen. But I'm supposed to have the fastest DSL Internet from AT&T. Thanks

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      8 years ago from Columbia, SC

      I never heard this before, but I will have to look into it. Thanks for sharing.

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      8 years ago



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