Judge Approves Apple-AT&T IPad Data Plan Settlement

Law360, New York (September 27, 2013, 1:25 PM EDT) -- Consumers who say they were duped by AT&T Mobility LLC and Apple Inc. over an iPad data plan will collect up to $60 apiece from the companies under a consolidated class action settlement granted preliminary approval Thursday by a California judge.

The two-pronged accord includes a settlement with Apple under which the company will cut a $40 check for those with a valid claim, and an AT&T settlement that will entitle class members to a $20 discount on advanced data plan service. The bargain resolves a suit accusing the companies of convincing customers to shell out $130 extra for a 3G-enabled...

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