AT&T and Apple marketed and sold iPhone 3G and 3GS models to consumers with representations that the phones could send picture and video messages, also known as Multimedia Messaging Services (“MMS”). However, iPhone 3G and 3GS users were not able to send picture and video messages via MMS. Despite this, AT&T continued to improperly charge iPhone 3G and 3GS users for Messaging Unlimited and represented that iPhone users’ service included MMS capabilities. Over twenty class action cases were consolidated in Louisiana, but AT&T and Apple were successful in moving the court to compel arbitration. Consumers who purchased these phones and paid for messaging plans are only able to pursue their claims through AT&T’s arbitration process. If you bought an iPhone 3G or 3GS in 2008-2009 and want to pursue your rights against AT&T and Apple and believe you have a claim for reimbursement for MMS services you paid for but did not receive, join this cause today!