The Digital Media Lawyer Blog:  “While some courts are willing to enforce click-wrap or browse-wrap agreements that a consumer may have never read, a Federal judge in the Southern District of Florida drew the line at enforcing an agreement that a consumer never received.  The case is Williams v. MetroPCS Wireless, Inc., S.D. Fla, No. 1:09-cv-22890, Order (Jan. 5, 2010), a proposed class action against a pre-paid wireless phone carrier. The complaint alleged that MetroPCS marketed itself as a provider of unlimited nationwide coverage, but that in reality, its coverage reached less than half of the U.S. population and excluded 11 of the top 25 metropolitan areas. The complaint further alleged that MetroPCS offered flat rate plans in which customers were to pay by the month, not the minute, and were not required to sign a contract. However, lead plaintiff Marcia Williams claimed that after purchasing an unlimited $45/month plan, she was charged $225 for one month’s service. The complaint sought equitable and declaratory relied, damages, attorneys’ fees and a trial by jury.”