Did you have an AT&T Unlimited plan? You may qualify for a refund as part of a $60 million FTC ruling.
Back in 2019, the FTC required AT&T to refund customers a total of $60 million. This is because AT&T failed to tell millions with unlimited data plans that once they reached a certain amount of data used in a given billing cycle, the company would reduce or throttle their data speeds.
Time is running out and already $52 million has been refunded. So don’t wait if you are thinking about getting a refund from AT&T.
To see if you’re eligible and to find out how you can file a claim, the FTC has set up a page on its website. Hurry you only have until May 18th to submit a claim.