AT&T and Apple sued in New Jersey for slow and non-existing 3G signals

AT&T and Apple sued in New Jersey for slow and non-existing 3G signals
Once again, Apple and AT&T are being sued-this time in New Jersey-over claims that the duo misrepresented the abilities of Apple's iPhone 3G and AT&T's 3G network. The plaintiff, Damone Dickerson, says that he could only connect to the network just a fraction of the time. Dickerson claims that most of the time he was not able to receive a 3G signal at all and he wants both companies to change their advertising and labeling and he is seeking compensatory, statutory and punitive damages from the firms. Apple and AT&T have been sued before over this issue in San Diego, Florida, Texas and Alabama. In a New York court, Apple has asked that a similar case be dismissed. Dickerson's lawsuit charges Apple and AT&T with a multitude of wrongdoing including Negligence, Breach of Contract and Unjust Enrichment to name just a few. No court date has been announced.

source: Yahoo

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