Report That PAYG Moved On from Wireless Carriers Was Premature

May 31, 2024

This past January, Pay As You Go, LLC (PAYG), a plaintiff associated with monetization figure Leigh M. Rothschild, voluntarily dismissed its October 2023 case against Verizon, doing so without prejudice. Now, PAYG has sued Verizon (2:24-cv-00400) again, this time asserting a later family member of the patent previously in suit, both described as generally related to “telecommunications services and methods that enable a user and/or other responsible party to make payments as the user uses the telecommunication services”. The plaintiff again targets the provision of wireless telecommunication services that support features for allowing users to purchase such services in “blocks of data that can be used in a single month on the customer-user’s device”.

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