Page 10 of AT&T reviews and ratings
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- 2.0 overall
I have never been treated so bad in my lifeBy Jeff Johnson, posted: Aug 08The good: Not many problems with service.The bad: Rude, uneducated dispicable customer service that lie and refuse to live up to an agreement that they made.Summary: I have been with AT&T/Cingular for almost ten years and have not had a problem. I am out of contract and called them to buy the Tilt phone. The rep sold me the phone for 29 dollars plus an internet plan that i had to keep for six months at 30 bucks per month. I provided my credit card number and recieved a confirmation number. About two hours later, i got a message stating that they made a mistake and I was going to be charged 150 dollars for the phone. I called back and they said it was too bad and they would call Fed-ex and have the phone stopped before I got it. I was charged the money on my card and they refuse to refund the money saying i have not returned it, although i never recieved it. They now have the phone back and i still dont have a credit. Now they say it takes two months for a credit. I cant image that if i was at a store and i bought something, and then they called me at home and told me they charged me the wrong price and i have to bring them more money. I have spoken with over twenty people who have lied to me and treated me horribly. I have never lost my temper with any of them yet they taunt me and refuse to fix the problem. I spoke with the office of the president who was just as rude but then finally said that she would give me a fifty dollar bill credit. No thanks, I switched to Verizon.
- 2.0 overall
More bars?By Ralph Turner, posted: Aug 08The good: Customer service very friendly.The bad: No service in many areas.Summary: Our Sprint contract expired at the end of July, we had OK connectivity with them but not great, so we started looking at other carriers. When we went to the AT&T store I fell in love with the iPhone 3G and had to have it. I excitedly took it home thinking I should have good connectivity as AT&T advertises "More Bars in More Places". Wrong, I could not get a signal in my home, only if I went outside. Out of curiosity I started driving around the city to see if it was just my area. I was very surprised to find many dead spots. So much for more bars (they must be talking about the alcoholic type). I hate to do it but I am taking my iPhone back and moving to Verizon. The iPhone was great, just not on the AT&T network.
- 1.3 overall
Not happyBy anthony spadaccini, posted: Aug 08The good: Really nottingThe bad: Bad service. The customer support is a joke- NO-ONE has any idea what they are talking about. Plan prices are terribleSummary: I first went over when they were just cingular, everything was good, service was so much better, people that worked there had sense, everything was simple..Now, AT&T is an abosulute JOKE. The phones are average priced but the plans are so overpriced!An everything plan for sprint-99.99 $An everything plan for ATT- over 130$
thats just sad, and the customer support at the website is even worse, first you wait for 30 minutes, then when you get to someone there like retarted, i had a question on phone insurance i asked five people, everyone one managed to give me a different answer.
- 2.3 overall
Worst Retail Service Ever....AnywhereBy Paul Robnett, posted: Jul 08The good: I signed on with Cingular in Fall of '04 and my cellular service has been fine. No complaints.The bad: Minor issues with phone but taken care of (by Cingular).Summary: 3.5 years later, it's time to retire my poor old phone. I mistakenly made an assumption that my best bet was to go to an AT&T retail store. Bad idea. I'm on a family plan which my brother started. So, I'm not an "authorized user". Ok, no problem, I don't want to change the contract or even buy anything. All I want is info on phones. Simple enough right? Wrong! They treat me as if I am some kind of criminal or a leper. When I go to shop for (but not yet buy) a phone, they REFUSE to wait on me. What retailer has a policy to REFUSE SERVICE to a paying customer who wants to LOOK AT buying more products and services? AT&T that's who.
The WORST service (or lack thereof) I've ever experienced. In fact, I'm going to suggest that it's not service at all, just ARROGANCE.
As soon as I can escape from their evil clutches, I will. And I shall never return.
- 2.3 overall
Cell One is now AT&TBy Angel Cathe, posted: Jun 08The good: Online account management is good.The bad: CoverageSummary: Since Cell One was bought by AT&T, the amount of bars on my phone has gone down. About 60% of the calls I make will not go through because "Network is not available". This is very frustrating. I hardly ever had this problem before (I've been a Cell One customer for over two years).
- 1.0 overall
AT&T StinksBy Denise D, posted: Jun 08The good: Absolutely NONEThe bad: ZERO RECEPTIONSummary: I was with Cingular for several years and had relatively no troubles. Along came AT&T, promising better service - "more bars in more places". Turns out they must be talking about pubs, because ever since they took over Cingular, I can't make or receive calls unless I leave the county I live and work in. Tell me how that is 'better service'!! My contract is up shortly and I will not be renewing with them. I'd be without a cell phone before I'd go with them again. AT&T can kiss my... oops, call dropped!!
- 1.0 overall
Wouldn't recommendBy Jennifer Ruppel, posted: Jun 08The good: One of the best for pricing, but you're essentially paying for crappy service!The bad: Poor customer service, MOST dropped calls! Summary: I have been a Cingular customer for over 10 years. Their customer service has NEVER been able to help me with any issues. Now since they've merged with AT&T and supposedly have the fewest dropped calls (what a joke!), I can hardly get reception. In my house, there are a few specific locations I need to stand still in order to make or receive a call without losing it. When we visit family, I cannot ever count on having a signal. My contract with them is up and I am finally shopping for a better provider - TONIGHT!!
- 5.0 overall
AT&TBy Jan Mayer, posted: May 08The good: Great coverage, good deals on phones, great customer service and online help The bad: sometimes expensive, some plans could use improvementSummary: AT&T is the probably greatest wireless provider out there. I switched from T-mobile to Cingular about three years ago and have not had any problems with it so far. In some areas out in the country the signal is lost at certain places but that's the same with all carriers. Now that AT&T and Cingular have merged there is even more to expect from the company in the future. This company just keeps growing and now provides television and internet services as well. And good deals are available for joint plans.
- 1.3 overall
Many problems over the yearsBy C Ballard, posted: May 08We started out with AT&T before they were Cingular and didn't have any problems. Cingular took over and we still didn't have any problems until we had to complete the merge and the customer service was really poor. We have had issues ever since. Our coverage doesn't seem to be good in some places we are always having drop calls where we use to not. We had to extend our contact to add a line for our daughter and when it is up we are going to another carrier.
- 5.0 overall
AT&T/ Cingular is great!By Joanna Poli, posted: Apr 08The good: International Capability, Reception, no unexpected extended contracts!The bad: Not all areas had the fast 3G coverageSummary: Ive had at&t when they first started off with Cingular, Ive never had a problem with customer service helping me out. They gave great deals on phones and always try to do their best to help me out with something im not understanding or with new cellphones coming out. What ive come to find though is that authorized dealers are alittl bit too snobby and at corporate stores they know much more and helped me out alot faster and more efficiently! at&t will ALWAYS be my carrier!