Bond v. Cricket Communications, LLC

Bond v. Cricket Communications, LLC

If you purchased a CDMA mobile telephone from Cricket between July 12, 2013 and July 9, 2018, you could be entitled to benefits from a class action settlement.

 The United States District Court for the District of Maryland authorized this notice. 
T
his is not a solicitation from a lawyer. You are not being sued.

 If you need additional assistance, please contact info@cdmalawsuit.com.

A settlement has been reached in this class action lawsuit concerning Cricket’s sale of Code Division Multiple Access (“CDMA”) phones between July 12, 2013 and July 9, 2018.  In connection with the settlement, Cricket has agreed to provide one of the following three benefits to Settlement Class Members:

(1)   Unlock Benefit: This Benefit will allow Settlement Class Members to unlock their Qualifying Cricket CDMA phone (which may allow you to activate your CDMA phone with another wireless carrier, subject to that carrier’s policies).

(2)   Data Benefit: This Benefit will allow former customers who are Settlement Class Members to port an existing wireless number onto a new line of Cricket service (and current customers who are Settlement Class Members to port or add a new line to their existing Cricket service), without paying an activation fee, and receive 1 GB of additional free high-speed data after maintaining one month of service with Cricket on that new line.

(3)   Four Month Data Benefit: This Benefit will permit Settlement Class Members who maintain one month of future Cricket service on either an existing or new line of Cricket service to receive 1 GB of additional free high-speed data for up to four subsequent consecutive months of timely prepaid service. 

 

YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS AND OPTIONS IN THIS SETTLEMENT

                                                   

SUBMIT CLAIM

The only way to get a benefit.

EXCLUDE YOURSELF

Get no benefit. This is the only option that allows you ever to be part of any other lawsuit against Cricket or its affiliates about the issues in this case. See Frequently Asked Question 13 for details.

OBJECT

Write the Court if you do not like the settlement to explain why. See Frequently Asked Question 18 for details.

GO TO A HEARING

Ask to speak in Court about the settlement. See Frequently Asked Question 22 for details.

DO NOTHING

Get no payment or benefit. Give up your rights.

 The Court in charge of this case still has to decide whether to approve the settlement. Benefits will be provided only after any appeals are resolved. Please be patient.