AT&T Offers Settlement to Some Customers
AT&T has published details about its settlement of a class action lawsuit in the state of New Jersey over early termination fees. Customers who were charged an ETF or had an account with a flat ETF rate between January 1, 1998 and November 4, 2009 can choose to become a part of the class or excluded from the settlement. Terms weren't disclosed.
AT&T Sidesteps Class-Action Suit Over Throttling
Mar 14, 2016
A federal judge sided with AT&T and said consumers suing the carrier over its throttling practices cannot work together as a group. Instead, customers must pursue individual arbitration with the carrier, per their signed user agreements.
ZTE to Let Customers Pay for Phones Over Time
Oct 14, 2015
ZTE today announced a lease-to-own purchasing option for U.S. consumers.
NJ Governor Phil Murphy Latest to Mandate Net Neutrality
Feb 6, 2018
New Jersey has joined Montana and New York in requiring that internet service providers adhere to net neutrality principles. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy this week signed Executive Order No.
Apple Must Pay U. Wisconsin $506 Million Over Patent
Jul 26, 2017
Apple was ordered this week by a U.S. judge to pay $506 million to the University of Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) thanks to patented technology found in Apple's A7, A8, and A8X processors.
Verizon Returns Fire On Contract Buyouts
Dec 28, 2015
Verizon today announced a program to buy out the contract and device debt of new customers switching from competitors. Verizon will now pay new customers up to $650 per line to cover competitors' early termination fee (ETF) or outstanding device payments.
This is retarded...
It's because customers are binded by contracts that these big corporations that you suppor aren't motivated to keep customer...
Even more retarded