NetFixerFrom my cold dead handsPremiumReviews:
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Re: AT&T DSL Speed Settlement
said by JGMACK:I just went back and looked at the actual terms, and it seems that the Missouri, Oklahoma, Kansas, Arkansas, or Texas service location requirement is for a separate, but related settlement. said by NetFixer:
Is this the class action settlement to which you are referring?
If so, the Missouri, Oklahoma, Kansas, Arkansas, or Texas service location requirement would seem to exclude those getting service in the former BellSouth area from eligibility.
However, since the practice of using a sync rate that would not allow the customer to reach the advertised speed rates was mostly practiced in the legacy SBC areas, probably not many customers in the legacy BellSouth area would qualify. I don't think that the most common reason for not being able to achieve anywhere near the advertised (or sync) speed in the legacy BellSouth area (congestion in the ATM interface) applies to this settlement.
OTOH, I may put my name in the basket anyway since it won't cost me anything to do it (and since I recently got a $105 class action settlement from Vonage, maybe I am on a lucky streak).
Thanks for the heads up.
Well, I guess that I am not eligible to submit a claim:
I did get a 3 month rebate from AT&T when they shutdown my service.
I have not received a bill credit or other refund from AT&T related to the speed of my DSL Service for which I am submitting this claim, and therefore I wish to receive payment under the Settlement.
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