There is no breach of contract on AT&T's part.Matthew Spaccarelli's is under no obligation to speak with AT&T on any level. If AT&T cancels his contract, then my understanding it that it would constitute breech. In my opinion, there will be many more who my do so not that quietly.
I for one will be following Mathew's lead and not doing it quite so quietly.
Cheaper than the $850 in damages that they were originally ordered to pay him? From the article in the OP, AT&T has retained a law firm to deal with his case. It seems to me they're going to spend way more on paying that law firm to deal with this case than just paying the guy his $850.It's cheaper and easier to settle quietly.
Let us know when your court date is approaching.At&T wants it settled quickly and quietly. I for one do not. I want to make some noise on what I feel to be AT&T's deceptive practices.