Customers Call Bunk On AT&T's New Docs In Throttle Suit

Law360 (June 5, 2020, 6:43 PM EDT) -- Consumers in a class action accusing AT&T of misrepresenting unlimited cellphone data plans have shot back at the telecom's efforts to have the court recognize as fact hundreds of documents that the company says show consumers who bought those plans knew data speeds could be throttled.

In a Thursday filing in California federal court, consumers took issue with AT&T's motion asking for judicial notice of media reports — which the telecom company allegedly used to argue that customers should have known about the company's data throttling by late 2011 or early 2012. The consumers, on the other hand, claimed they were...

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