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Tue, Jun 30, 2020 8:54 PM

i need area engineer for new service

i need new service to be installed on my new property. Front door neighbors have at&t internet. i simply need a cable ran across the road





12.4K Messages

a month ago

not that simple but regardless the engineers wont come out and deal with te public. you need to call and get an address validation new addresses can take several months to update in the USPS database and then at&t updates their database

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a month ago

To add to the above, when you call for a validation, be prepared to give the addresses of neighbors on either side of you that have service. If the only service is across the street from you, the situation is a lot more complicated.

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