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Sun, Oct 13, 2019 6:47 PM

Can I Send AT&T Their Equipment?

As I despise AT&T, I want their products out of my home. Can I send it to AT&T, or do they only want their crappy internet equipment ever returned to be recycled?15709924464764172938140467886486.jpg

 

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davemize

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a year ago

That looks like AT&T Digital Life equipment. Have you ever had that service, or did you inherit the equipment with the house? The equipment is sold to the user, as far as I know, so it would be yours to dispose of.

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Teacher

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a year ago

It came with the house. After the last time I had to deal with AT&T ( I had them for internet and DirecTV for several years), I will never use any of their products again. It's one company I won't do business with, though I dislike their junk ending up in landfills so I'd rather see if they will take it back first, as I would bet they could still just reprogram and wire them just like new for some unsuspecting dupe who signs up for their services.

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14K Messages

a year ago

they dont want it back its yours to deal with,

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