Appeals Court Revives Dispute Over Rounding Of Cell Phone Minutes

Appeals Court Revives Dispute Over Rounding Of Cell Phone Minutes

SAN FRANCISCO - A long-running suit alleging consumer fraud in the rounding up of wireless minutes was revived Aug. 7 by the First District California Court of Appeal, which ruled that claims under California's unfair competition law (UCL; Business and Professions Code Section 17200, et seq.) should not have been dismissed by demurrer without leave to amend (Diane Tucker, et al. v. Pacific Bell Mobile Services, et al.,  No. A132619, Calif. App., Dist. 1, Div. 5).

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