Class Action Complaint Against AT&T

Plaintiff Paul Lozano alleged that AT&T Wireless telephone bills sometimes include charges for cellular telephone calls placed during prior billing periods, a practice known as “out-of-cycle billing.”  The lawsuit alleged that the practice of out-of-cycle billing was not adequately disclosed to customers in AT&T Wireless’ standardized contracts and that as a result of this billing practice, the consumers’ air time minutes might exceed the consumer’s allowance, thereby resulting in additional and improper charges on the consumer’s bill.

FBBC settled the case on behalf of the class members valued at $42,000,000