Nate Anderson:

And, if you were an AT&T DSL subscriber, but the company’s records show that nothing improper was done to your line, you can still get money. The proposed settlement says that those who “believe that your DSL Service has not performed at satisfactory speeds” may still be eligible for a “one-time payment of $2.00.” Yes—$2.00.

As expected AT&T settled with the Ohio class-action suit over limiting its DSL speed. But hey, it is better than nothing.