Did Your Business Purchase, Pay and/or Provide Reimursement for Some or All of the Price of UMTs, CDMA and/or LTE Cellular Phones? You May be Eligible to Recover Money!

Dates: February 11, 2011 - September 27, 2018

Eligible Class Members

If certified, eligible Class Members are all persons and entities (excluding all federal and state government entities) who or which, from February 11, 2011 through September 27, 2018, purchased, paid for and/or provided reimbursement for some or all of the purchase price for all UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunications System), CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access which includes CDMAone and cdma2000) and/or LTE cellular phones (“Relevant Cellular Phones”) for end use and not for resale in California. Members of the class include consumers who received cellular phones as part of the purchase of a wireless network services contract from a wireless operator such as
Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, or Sprint.

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“Relevant Cellular Phones” are phones with CDMA and LTE technologies, and include, but are not limited to, phones
manufactured and sold by companies such as Apple, Samsung, LG, Motorola, and ZTE.

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Case History

In early 2016, numerous class action lawsuits were filed claiming Qualcomm violated state and federal antitrust laws, harmed competition and caused consumers to overpay for cellular phones. It is impossible to predict the outcome, but money may become available to Eligible Class Members if the class is certified and a settlement is reached with Qualcomm in the future.

This is not an official Court Notice. Information contained in this Summary is subject to change.  Class Counsel or the Settlement Administrator may be contacted for additional settlement information. You also may visit the Court-approved website, once it is available. Please understand that you have the right to file on your own. The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation.