If you are in the Class and don’t exclude yourself, you can object to any part of the settlement, the settlement as a whole, Class Counsel’s request for attorneys’ fees and expenses, and/or the request for service awards for the class representatives. To object, you must send a letter that includes the following:

If you are in the Class and don’t exclude yourself, you can object to any part of the settlement, the settlement as a whole, Class Counsel’s request for attorneys’ fees and expenses, and/or the request for service awards for the class representatives. To object, you must send a letter that includes the following:

  • The name of this case, which is In re TracFone Unlimited Service Plan Litigation, No. 13-cv-03440-EMC (N.D. Cal.);
  • Your full name, address and telephone number;
  • An explanation of the basis upon which you claim to be a Class Member, including: (a) the brand(s) (Straight Talk, Net10, Simple Mobile, or Telcel America) of your mobile service that you believe may have been subject to throttling, suspension, or termination; (b) your mobile telephone number(s) for the brand(s); and (c) the approximate time period when you had that mobile service;
  • All grounds for your objection, accompanied by any legal and factual support;
  • Whether you are represented by counsel, and if so the identity of such counsel;
  • A statement confirming whether you intend to personally appear and/or testify at the Fairness Hearing;
  • The identity of any counsel who will appear at the Fairness Hearing on your behalf;
  • A list of any witnesses you will call to testify, or any documents or exhibits you will use, at the Fairness Hearing;
  • Your signature (an attorney’s signature is not sufficient).

To be considered, your objection must be mailed to: Prepaid Phone Refund Settlement Administrator, PO Box 2011, Chanhassen, MN 55317-2011, postmarked no later than May 20, 2015.

If you don’t send a timely or complete objection, you will waive all objections to the settlement, and won’t be allowed to object to the settlement at the Fairness Hearing or otherwise.