“As part of a proposed settlement over AT&T’s cancellation of unlimited iPad data plans, a batch of eligibility claim forms were sent out to the suit’s class members, or consumers who purchased Apple’s first-generation iPad with 3G cellular connectivity,” AppleInsider reports.
“On Wednesday, the forms were distributed via email to customers who ordered a 3G-enabled iPad on or before June 7, 2010, and asks that Apple Class Members submit the provided personal claim number to be eligible to receive benefits from a joint settlement proposed by Apple and AT&T,” AppleInsider reports. “By submitting the claim form, class members will be affirming that the ability to switch in and out of AT&T’s now defunct unlimited iPad data plan was a factor in their decision to purchase Apple’s tablet.”
AppleInsider reports, “In September, U.S. District Court Judge Ronald Whyte approved a settlement from both Apple and AT&T that proposed Apple will pay $40 to every U.S. resident who bought or ordered a first-gen iPad with cellular connectivity.”
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