Cricket Wireless CDMA Class Action Settlement
all persons nationwide during the period July 12, 2013 to July 9, 2018, who purchased a CDMA phone from Cricket or through its authorized agents. You likely would have purchased such a phone between July 12, 2013, and August 6, 2015.
The Unlock Benefit. Cricket would unlock any Qualifying Cricket CDMA Phone of the Settlement Class Member; or
The Data Benefit. Following notice from the Claims Administrator that his claim has been approved, a former customer may port his existing wireless number onto a new line of Cricket Service (and a current customer may port or add a new line to his existing Cricket Service), without paying an activation fee, and receive 1 Gigabyte of additional free high-speed data after maintaining one month of Service with Cricket on that new line; or
The Four Month Data Benefit. Following notice from the Claims Administrator that a claimant’s claim has been approved, and after maintaining one month of subsequent Service on either an existing or new line of Cricket Service, a Settlement Class Member may receive 1 Gigabyte of additional free high-speed data for up to four subsequent consecutive months of timely prepaid Service.
Proof of Purchase
Bond v. Cricket Communications LLC,Case No. 1:15-cv-00923-MJG, District Court for the District of Maryland
The Plaintiff in this class action lawsuit alleges that Cricket sold phones that it knew would not be usable on its new network after it merged with AT&T. The Plaintiff alleges that this conduct violated the federal Magnuson Moss Warranty Act and state warranty law, the Maryland Consumer Protection Act and other state consumer protection laws, and constituted fraudulent concealment, unjust enrichment, negligent misrepresentation, and fraud under state law. Cricket denies any wrongdoing or liability and denies the allegations.