AT&T Mobility Phone User Files Class Action Lawsuit Complaint Against AT&T Mobility Over Charges Billed For California Universal Service Fund USF “Government Fees & Taxes.”
A class action lawsuit has been filed against AT&T Mobility, Inc. (“AT&T Mobility” or “AT&T” or “ATT” or “Defendant”) in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California (styled Kip Nelson v. AT&T Mobility, Inc., Civil Action Case No. 10-CV-4802 TEH) alleging, among other things, that AT&T Mobility wrongfully assesses interstate services for the California Universal Service Fund (“Cal-USF”) representing such USF charges billed to be “Government Fees & Taxes” and causes California AT&T customers to be overbilled purportedly in violation of the Communications Act, 47 U.S.C. section 201(b), the FCC Truth in Billing Requirements and California’s Unfair Competition Law, according to the AT&T Mobility California Universal Service Fund Cal-USF charges class action lawsuit complaint.
The AT&T Universal Service Fund USF fee class action lawsuit complaint is reportedly brought on behalf of all persons, unless otherwise excluded, who have or had an AT&T wireless account with both a California area code and a California billing address within four years of the filing of the AT&T Universal Service Fund USF class action complaint.
For more information on the AT&T California Universal Service Fund USF billing fee class action lawsuit, read the AT&T Universal Service Fund USF class action lawsuit complaint.
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