Money from a proposed settlement in the Sprint ETF class action lawsuit is up for grabs for just about anyone who entered into a wireless contract with Sprint between July 1999 and December 2008.
Specifically, anyone with a time based clause in their contract with an ETF during that time is eligible. If you were charged an ETF and can provide proof, you stand to gain $90. If you did not cancel a contract during that time in order to avoid and ETF, you could gain an extra $35. Like all legal situations, there is a bit of a run around to go thorough—but a detailed explanation and information on how to file is available on the Sprint settlement website. [sprintetfsettlement via Consumerist]