If you are a AT&T customer who had mobile data plan (iPhones, Blackberries , other smartphones and wireless devices) between Nov 1, 2005 and Sep 7, 2010 and paid taxes on mobile internet services you will be eligible for a refund.
AT&T has been sending text messages to some of it’s Phone, BlackBerry and other smartphone customers about eligible refund after the company agreed to settle a class-action lawsuit brought against it over taxes it charged on mobile data.
Under the terms of the settlement, if you paid taxes for the data plans (iPhones, Blackberries and other smartphones ) you will be soon receiving a refund from AT&T for taxes that were charged on mobile internet services between November 1, 2005 and September 7, 2010.
If you paid taxes, fees or surcharges (“Internet Taxes”) to AT&T Mobility LLC (“AT&T Mobility”) on internet access through certain services including iPhone data plans, Blackberry data plans, other smart phone data plans, laptop connect cards and pay-per-use data services on bills issued from November 1, 2005 up to and including September 7, 2010, you might be eligible to receive benefits from a class action settlement.
Customers can check AT&T’s website for details.