iPhone Lawsuit On ATT throttling Case

A judge in Southern California on Friday awarded $850 to an iPhone user who was throttled on ATT’s network, according to the Related Press. Judge Russell Nadel of Ventura Exceptional Court in Simi Valley found in favor of Matt Spaccarelli, who filed a small claims case against ATT last month. Spaccarelli argued the provider unfairly slowed rates of speed on his iPhone 4′s unlimited data plan and said their phone was being throttled after using a mere 1 . 5 gigabytes to 2 gigabytes of data per month, even though AT&T’s 3GB monthly plan costs the same price of $30 per month. Judge Nadel awarded Spaccarelli $85, instead of the $10, 000 this individual requested, for each of the 10 months left on his contract — totaling to $850.


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