Apple settles iPad class action

buttonApple Inc. and AT&T Mobility LLC have reportedly agreed to a settlement of a class action lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California.

The lawsuit alleged that Apple and AT&T customers  who bought or ordered Apple iPad 3Gs on or before June 7, 2010 were not provided with unlimited 3G data plans advertised by Apple and AT&T, according to the Apple and AT&T iPad Unlimited 3G Data Plan Class Action Settlement notice.

The Apple settlement class includes all United States residents who bought or ordered an Apple iPad 3G  in the United States on or before June 7, 2010.

Under the Apple and AT&T iPad Unlimited 3G Data Plan Class Action Lawsuit Settlement, Apple will reportedly pay qualifying Apple Class Members $40, while AT&T will reportedly provide a Data Plan Benefit to AT&T Subclass Members allowing them to sign up for an AT&T 5GB iPad data plan at a discount of $20/month off the monthly rate (currently $50 per month, resulting in a monthly rate of $30 per month) for up to 1 year. To receive settlement benefits from the Apple and AT&T iPad Unlimited 3G Data Plan settlement, you must submit a claim form:

For additional information about the In re Apple and AT&T iPad Unlimited 3G Data Plan Class Action Lawsuit Settlement, write the Settlement Administrator at In re Apple and AT&T iPad Unlimited Data Plan Litigation, P.O. Box 43208, Providence, RI 02940-9994, or call 1-800-248-1504 or visit the 3G Data Plan settlement website at:

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