AT&T Charges for International Travellers
|Services for Travelers|
Plaintiff alleged that AT&T Mobility unlawfully charged consumers exorbitant international roaming rates for calls they did not answer and voicemails they did not check when traveling abroad.
Our lawsuit seeks refunds for of all unlawful fees charged to California residents during their international travel since February 6, 2005. It also seeks to compel AT&T to change their policies.
The U.S. district court recently agreed with us that AT&T's arbitration provision is not valid, so the case will proceed. The judge certified a class on August 18, 2018 and approved of Gutride Safier as counsel for the class.
You do not need to do anything at this time. We will post updates about the lawsuit on our website so check back often. If you have been charged unfair fees by AT&T, you can email us at ATT@gutridesafier.com to talk to us about your experiences.
Who is Covered:
The certified class consists of "All California residents who, any time between February 6, 2005 and January 31, 2009, were charged international roaming fees by Defendants for unanswered incoming calls to their U.S.-based mobile numbers, except (a) customers who received refunds or credits and (b) for the class’ CLRA claim, any customers who used their cell phones for business purposes."
|2018-08-13||Order Granting Class Certification|
|2018-08-13||Order Granting Plaintiff's Motion for Class Certification|