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Updated on January 8, 2011

Looking for information on the lawsuit settlement for the AT&T Mobility Early Termination Fee case? The official website is at Here you can get key dates for the lawsuit settlement. You can also find out how to submit a claim if you feel you should be part of this settlement. You can also get critical dates for submitting an objection or wanting to be excluded from the legal settlemnet.

Visit the website to learn more about the case in general as well. You can download a claim form to be completed and mailed in to be part of the lawsuit for etf settlement decision. They have provided the complete Stipulation and Settlement Agreement that you can download to read, if you wish.

Get all of the information pertaining to the AT&T Mobility Early Termination Fee Settlement Agreement.

Some background on the legal lawsuit. It was to customers of AT&T Mobility LLC sued, alleging that the AT&T Mobility flat-rate ETF the company's wireless telephone service contracts were unlawful. The settlement includes all current or former customers of AT&T Mobility or its predecessors in the United States, who paid or were charged a flat-rate ETF at some time during a specific period. The settlemetn suit lists the time period of January 1, 1998 through November 4, 2009, and/or had a contract for service with AT&T Mobility, a flat-rate ETF during the period from January 1, 1998 through November 4, 2009. Complete information at the official lawsuit settlement website.

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      Darryl W. Purdom 7 years ago

      How can i pull up my bill from 20years ago.

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      rgovil 7 years ago

      Many people may not know that AT&T charges an ETF even if you pay for FULL TERM of CONTRACT but leave a day early. I just got hit with $240 and calls to customer service have been futile. Does any one else have this experience? Is contacting FCC/CPUC helpful?