Welcome to the Home Page of the In re Apple and AT&T iPad Unlimited Data Plan Litigation

Case No. 5:10-cv-02553 RMW

The purpose of this website is to provide you with information about two proposed settlements in a class action lawsuit against Apple Inc. ("Apple") and AT&T Mobility LLC ("AT&T") for customers who purchased or ordered an iPad 3G on or before June 7, 2010.

The settlement provides a Cash Payment from Apple and a Data Plan Benefit from AT&T for eligible Class Members.

Cash Payment: Apple will provide a $40 Cash Payment to Apple Class Members who meet the requirements described below. There is a limit of one $40 Cash Payment per iPad 3G.

To qualify for a $40 Cash Payment from Apple, you must: (a) be a United States resident who purchased or ordered an iPad 3G in the United States on or before June 7, 2010; and (b) submit a valid Claim Form.

Data Plan Benefit: AT&T will provide a "Data Plan Benefit" to AT&T Subclass Members who meet the requirements described below. Under the Data Plan Benefit, eligible AT&T Subclass Members will be able to sign up for an AT&T 5GB iPad data plan for a discounted monthly rate of $30/month for up to one year (which is a discount of $20/month from the current $50/month rate).

To qualify for the Data Plan Benefit from AT&T, you must: (a) be a United States resident who purchased or ordered an iPad 3G in the United States on or before June 7, 2010 and have not signed up for any AT&T 3G data plan for that iPad 3G at any time; and (b) submit a valid Claim Form.

The deadline to file a claim form was February 3, 2014 and has since passed. As a result, you can no longer file a claim at this time. To learn about the eligibility requirements or for more information about the settlement, please click here for a Class Notice.