A class action lawsuit has been filed in the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington Seattle against Clearwire claining that they misrepresented the actual speed of its Internet service. The case is entitled Dennings v. Clearwire and is Case Number 2:10-CV-01859-JLR. Imagine signing up for speedy Internet service and receiving slow service instead. There is not much worse in life than having a slow Internet connection speed, web browsing is truly a pain with slow connections speeds. Class members in the Clearwire Internet Class Action Lawsuit include anyone who purchased Clearwire’s Internet services between November 14, 2004 and February 27, 2012. If you are considered a class member you have until January 9, 2013 to file a claim online or by mail. A user can file a claim online at DenningsSettlement.com or download the claim form and mail it in. In order to participate in the settlement you MUST file a claim. The settlement will be divided up into three different groups 1, 2 or 3 and the terms of the settlement will determine on the group a you fall into. For example group includes “…claimants who attest they paid an ETF to Clearwire after cancellation due to concerns over service quality will receive 50% of the amount of the ETF paid“. More details about the groups can be found on the lawsuit class admin home page under the FAQ topic. A class member can also obtain the Order Granting Preliminary Approval of Class Settlement, Conditionally Certifying Settlement Class, and Approving Form and Manner of Notice at the Dennings Settlement website.
Clearwire is a wireless broadband communication service based out of Bellevue, Washington, United States. They can be found on the NASDAQ stock exchange under ticker symbol CLWR. Besides the United States they also serve the countries of Spain and Belgium. Shares of Clearwire are owned by some major players like Google, Sprint, Time Warner and Comcast. CW is located at 4400 Carillon Point, Kirkland, WA 98033, United States.