I hear a lot of whining, but the reality is that the courts will not do a whole lot. The lawyers are hoping for a settlement, which pays them and gets tokens for owners. This nonsense about implied or written contract has no foundation. The courts have ruled a long time ago, that there can be an implied limitation to the term unlimited. It has also ruled that companies that change the rules are free to do so, provided they meet certain criteria. Our legal system is not concerned with justice, only the nuances of application of the law. If a confessed killer can go free because of a minor technicality by someone in the chain of authority, it should tell you that the only way you will win, is if AT&T does not fight this.