Class Eligibility

If (1) you are the Account Holder and had a Sprint cellphone account for personal use, with a California area code and a California billing address, (2) you paid one or more Sprint flat-rate ETFs for an early contract termination that occurred on or after July 10, 1999 and on or before March 18, 2007, or paid an ETF under a Nextel cellphone contract that was initiated on or after August 12, 2005, and terminated on or before March 18, 2007 and (3) you submit a claim on or before April 25, 2017, then you may be eligible to recover $125 for each ETF you paid.

Estimated Amount


Proof of Purchase

Cell #

Case Name

Ayyad v. Sprint Spectrum L.P.,
Case No. RG03-121510
Superior Court of California, County of Alameda

Case Summary

The settlement alleges that the ETFs Sprint charged to and collected from Class Members for terminated contracts during the class Period were unlawful under California law. The court was asked to prohibit the provided from charging ETFs In addition they requested the Court to refund to the members of the Class the ETFs that the Class Members had paid.

Settlement Pool





Sprint California ETF Settlement
c/o KCC Class Action Services
PO Box 30238
College Station, TX 77842-3238

8 responses to “California Sprint Early Termination Fee Class Action Settlement”

  1. p says:

    dont remember my cell number how do i find out

    ADMIN – Hi P,

    Contact the admin to see if they can find your information using your social security.

  2. p says:

    i had nextel and then they mergerd with sprint my etf was 500 bucks! my phone never worked

  3. Veronica owens says:

    I do mot remember my number at the time howerver they did charge me a fee even after my term was over i waited to end the account

  4. Hash Gtdx says:

    Sprint is not a consumer friendly company. They put too much fine print in there agreements and make it almost impossible to get service from them!

  5. Gloria says:

    How do I get my old phone number it was about 13 years ago

    ADMIN – Hi Gloria,

    I keep records of all my phone numbers and addresses, but If you don’t you may want to reach out to the admin

  6. Sheryl thomatis says:

    I had nextel and they merged with sprint. They charged me $350.00. The service was terrible.

  7. Renee says:

    Wondering if u live in Arkansas and they dropped u for excessive roaming

    ADMIN – Hi Renee,

    I don’t think there is a class action for that.

  8. Loren Lepiane says:

    I enrolled in this case settlement. I have my
    CODE # 10028782516880
    What is status of my refund ?

    ADMIN – Hi Loren,

    In order to check the status of a claim you need to reach out to the class action admin.

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