11-02-2010 5:39 AM
I am a loyal AT&T customer, have been for years. For almost ten years now, I've been using dialup internet (not AT&T). Five years ago I began looking for something better. Cable doesn't reach my house. We can't get most companies' wireless. Network USB things are out, as I am in a 2g network. I have been forced to use my cellular data plan as my only source of internet. I want either cable or DSL. I would consider Uverse. However, after calling AT&T once a week for a month, and calling sporadically for the past year, as well as using a friend's internet to check dsl in my area, neither is available for me. I'm really sick and tired of it. I live on a road that has 12 houses within a mile. Fairly heavy population for a rural area. I live closer than the, or so I've been told, 18,000 feet max from the phone hub (i live around a mile away). Everyone on my road wants DSL. Everyone has to settle for dialup. AT&T is making me mad because no matter how many times we all call, we get no satisfaction whatsoever. If an AT&T rep is reading, I will give you my address or number if it will let me gat internet.
11-07-2010 2:45 PM - edited 11-07-2010 4:07 PM
11-10-2010 6:04 PM
Okay i read what you told Chrisphoenix7,
Okay i fall in to all those things you mentioned. I use to have DSL at my apartment i told them that i was moving back over to were i live now so they searched online found that services were available , but they wanted to check if my phone lines were ready for DSL and stuff like that. They checked them all and they were ready. Okay that being said still no service available here. I dont understand why not my cuzin lives in the middle of nowhere and they went out of there way to install them services for DSL and they are the only ones that have it. Okay sorry for that but im just frustrated i keep getting no where with either AT&T or Time Warner Cable. I do have one thing though, how will i go about getting the filters changed in our Central office. My cuzin talked to the same tech that helped get her, her dsl, and he found out the only thing stopping my neighborhood from getting dsl was that the central office was outdated. What could i do?
11-11-2010 6:58 AM
In order to get more information about the same that you mentioned above in your post, I would suggest you to contact AT&T order department at 1-800-288-2020 Monday to Friday 8am to 7pm CT Saturday 8am to 5pm CT Sunday Closed. They will be able to answer your query about the same and help you accordingly.
11-12-2010 9:51 AM - edited 11-12-2010 9:52 AM
There is a road just north of us, about 4 miles away, and they have DSL access. As far as i know, our central office is around 20 miles away from them. The lines there are the same as the lines at my house. We meet all the criteria.
As I said, there are many people on our road who have no internet access worth talking about. DSL or uverse, both work. All of the people would be more than happy to get their internet through ATT. It's really becoming a desparate situation. Some of the neighbors have even told me that they will have to go to HughesNet for internet if ATT doesn't get on the ball.
If there is any way possible to make DSL or Uverse available in our area, please please please make it so. I can give our ATT phone number and our address if needed. This is really important. Please help!
P.S. I have looked there time and time again. That is how I know it's not available.
05-22-2012 7:24 PM
You say that you must be 3 miles away from a place where you can get DSL. DSL is available half a mile from my house in BOTH directions, yet ATT says I cannot get DSL. Please enlighten me on why in the world I can't get DSL.
05-22-2012 7:51 PM
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