Verizon Wireless Shared Plan Settlement
You are a Class Member of the Verizon class action settlement if you are a member of the FSP Settlement Class and/or the In-Network Settlement Class (defined below).
FSP Settlement Class: Includes all U.S. residents who were Verizon Wireless customers and who, between May 11, 2002 and May 10, 2006, were subscribed to a Family SharePlan covering two or more persons with different per-minute rates for minutes used after the shared plan allowance was exhausted (“after-allowance minutes”) and who were assessed charges for after-allowance minutes at a rate higher than the rate associated with the phone used to make or receive the calls after the allowance minutes were exhausted, calculated on a real-time basis.
In-Network Settlement Class: Includes all U.S. residents who were Verizon Wireless customers and who, between May 11, 2002 and May 10, 2006, were subscribed to a Family SharePlan that offered free “In-Network” or “In-Family” calling, and who were charged for “In-Network” or “In-Family” calling.
Equal Share of a 36.7 million settlement fund divided by qualified claims minus administrative costs and settlement costs
Proof of Purchase
affected mobile phone number
Demmick, et al. v. Cellco Partnership d/b/a Verizon Wireless,
Case No. 2:06-cv-02163-JLL-MF
District Court for the District of New Jersey
According to the plaintiffs Verizon Wireless improperly billed some of its Family SharePlan customers from May 11, 2002 to May 10, 2006
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