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ATT - Rates are not what they say they are

I talked to a rep over the phone got a quote for WiFi of $76.00 a month I recently had service with them at my house across the hwy for $38.00 I moved and the rates changed. So o call the store in town and they say $50.00. I asked if they would do a military discount and they denied me. I’m a 90% disabled vet. They sent me my router to install and it was broken upon arrival.
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#1546831 Review #1546831 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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your commercial with the two gay "parents" and the ditzy female babysitter is demeaning and pandering. what has gay marriage, a child being raised by two gay men who want to go out, and a ditzy, uncaring female babysitter have to do with any of your products. Keep your...
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#1476661 Review #1476661 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Att Commercial
Not mainstream .Why would you cater to less than 1 % of population. Not very smart for business.
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Anonymous
#1644791

I could care less about gay couples. Live and let live.

I do however object over the top diversify being shoved down my throat.

Gave up AT&T a long time ago. This ad is just one more reason why I WONT go back.

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#1438411 Review #1438411 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Att Commercial
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Bad quality
att. I called the number and the AT&T representative said that in order to get the $40.00 dollar internet plan you have to buy it with a bundle. That is, you must purchase a phone plan or a TV plan with the internet plan. WHAT A SCAM!! That is false advertising on...
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#1569065

Montgomery Village, Maryland—AT&T customers: The AT&T website says that I have total cellphone coverage in the area where I live—Montgomery Village, MD—but I can only receive and make phone calls if I stand next to a window on the third floor of my house. Not from the street, not from the front garden or the backyard. ONLY next to one window on the third floor.

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#1365530 Review #1365530 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Att Commercial
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Not as described/ advertised

Att Commercial Review

Just saw a commercial for AT&T where a bully take someone's phone so you can take his girlfriend to the movies. Does AT&T support bullying this commercial that makes it looks like it does
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#887424 Review #887424 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Att Commercial
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Poor customer service

ATT - TV Commercial AT&T is biased & offensive toward men

AT&T has been running an ad on TV for some time now which shows 4 women in suits and one man and the store employee gal. All the women have speaking parts and are made to look intelligent and business like, meanwhile the one man in the ad says nothing and is made to look like an ***. In fact they make the man look kind of sissy like. I have a problem with that for the simple fact that if the ad had 5 men who did all the talking and made one woman look like a dumb ***.....they would have millions of women hissing at them like snakes for running an ad like that. I emailed AT&T's executive marketing officer Cathy Coughlin (amazing it's a woman) and said exactly that, and got no response. I think It's time men started standing up and responding to offensive garbage like this, for the same reason women wouldn't appreciate it if the tables were turned. Im going to start by taking my business elsewhere, and Im not going to stop unitl I take a whole lot of business with me.
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Anonymous
#846099

I thought the exact same thing. Kudos to you for taking the initiative to call this ad exactly what it is - sexist in the extreme.

If the shoe were on the other foot, women would be screaming from the rooftops.

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#513626 Review #513626 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Att Commercial

ATT in Los Angeles, California - Sad AT&T commercial

In your latest commercial you continue to emphasize that everyone needs to be running around staring into their smart phones no matter what they are doing. This one is exceptionally bad, as it shows a father holding his baby while he is totally being sucked in by his phone and also flaunting a pair of headphones to further isolate him from his child. I realize that use of air time makes you guys big bucks, but why do you need to keep emphasizing that all of society must convert to phone zombies? Our children have totally lost their abilities to communicate face to face and their personalities have also departed.
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#497626 Review #497626 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Att Commercial
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ATT in Hampton, New Hampshire - Prejudiced advertising

I have already voiced my complaint about a commercial in which a young black boy says he has to shake his hands and head and then says he has a disease. I have not seen this advertisement lately....until tonight. I thought maybe the last 5 seconds of the commercial were deleted. Not....Totally disgusted with the way you view our children....disease free or not. Once again shame on you!!!!!!!! I have contacted AT&T earlier and they responded that they would sent my complaint to the appropriate sources. I still see this ad. It is very disappointing for such a prestigious company to take advantage of this type of childhood disability.
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Anonymous
#631440

He say's he is dizzy hence the name of the ad... not that he has a disease

PeterATT
#631150

What on Earth are you talking about? Maybe you could post the link so we can see it for ourselves?

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#396106 Review #396106 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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ATT in Milledgeville, Georgia - Your recent commercial

Dear AT&T, I have to tell you that one of your latest "Mobile Share" "kids" commercials is very "anti-message." You're trying to do this Art Linklater thing with the kids (who are obviously scripted but trying to look spontaneous). Ok. That's cute. But here's where it backfires among the Boomers like me. You have a recent commercial in which a girl is raising her hand for an answer to your rather innocuous Question Man. He's doing "high fives" with other kids. He sees her and gives her a high five, and she says, "no, I had my hand raised." Then he proceeds to do a high five with another kid, acting as if she's a "goody-two-shoes" type. This is a huge problem with this campaign. I was immediately offended that the child who was politely raising her hand to respond, among the rather anarchistic kids you portray as "normal," was ignored in a rather rude manner by the "host" of the so-called AT&T "kids responses." This is a huge problem in the "image" portrayal of "modern" kids. They're so cute when they flaunt authority or act out and say rude things about society or each other (think the tree house commercial and the flat TV stuff that you later cut). When this child raises her hand and your "host" acts as if this is ***, he totally undercuts a major aspect of politeness in the educational system: raise your hand if you have a comment. What then happens is anarchy in the classroom. I'm getting out of AT&T as soon as my *** contract expires because you aren't sensitive to real societal norms. Raising you hand to answer a question is good. David David Muschell Box 44 Dept. of English and Rhetoric Georgia College Milledgeville, GA 31061 478-445-4018 david.muschell@gcsu.edu Drama Editor Arts & Letters al.gcsu.edu
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#395382 Review #395382 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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ATT Commercial

I can't believe that you hired a advertising company that came up with such *** commercials... so *** that I change the channel on my "Novella" (which I assume is what the girls are calling their TV? ...this is America and we call them televisions) every time your *** commercial runs my channel is changed. To have children saying I can't hear the TV over my "PAPA" snoring or..."in my day" ..in her day?...how old is she 13? and how about the boy with the corn dog... OMG... is simply *** and I refuse to watch your commercials...the writers should be fired.
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Anonymous
#800553

okay. there are hundreds of annoying commercials every day.

I only have a problem with one. The U verse commercial with the constant doorbell ringing. Every single time it makes my dog believe someone is at my door.

She goes nuts.I will be the first one to say she might not be the brightest bulb in the box however, it's enough to make a saint swear. I will forever feel adverse to uversesimply because of how annoying that commercial is.

Kathie2013
#650183

P.S Nice language ...makes you sound very intelligent. No wonder you answered anonymously :p :grin ...hahahaha

Kathie2013
#650179

By the way....

I'm from America....ONLY 8) !!!! Since when did I have to look words up in my dictionary so I can "understand" what a COMMERCIAL is trying to say...it is a COMMERCIAL :grin ...

"A Novella" :roll .... give me a break. Now I have a " :upset person :upset " , calling me names because I didn't know what an Italian or European word was :p ?....

I am an American, born in America. Apparently, Anonymous isn't :p :grin :p ....

Anonymous
#649922

The fact that they're young kids and talking like they're old people is the point of the commercials you ***. And no novellas aren't tv's, they're soap operas you ***

Kathie2013
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@Anonymous

I understand the poorly written commercial... they are mimicking adults but, it is still a *** commercial...you must have been one of the people I hope gets fired for writing such GARBAGE :p !!!...or maybe you approved it :x ...or maybe your child in the commercial....how embarrassing for you :cry

By the way...not to correct your "BRILLIANCE" but, Novellas are short stories (not soap operas) ...DERIVED FROM ITALY!!! Read the following ...from the dictionary

A novella is a written, fictional, prose narrative normally longer than a short story but shorter than a novel.

The English word "novella" derives from the Italian word "novella", feminine of "novello", which means "new".[1] The novella is a common literary genre in several European languages.

Maybe you were trying to say a Telenovela...is a soap opera...but, a NOVELLA...per the dictionary is something you read and it is from ITALY.....NOT AMERICA. :grin

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#382091 Review #382091 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Att Commercial
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