11-13-2013 7:46 AM
What's going on with the AT&T login? I haven't been able to log in to 'myat&t' all week. When I try to log in or if I click on 'MyAT&T', I get this message:
'Sorry! Looks like you caught us at a bad time. We are busy fixing a technical issue. We'll be back soon and we apologize for the inconvenience."
11-13-2013 8:23 AM
Thanks for posting. I'm sorry to hear you're having trouble logging into MyAT&T. Do you mind answering a couple questions for me?
What browser are you using? Have you tried a different browser? Have you tried clearing your cookies? What device are you using to access MyAT&T? If mobile, are you using the app?
This will help us determine whether it's a bigger issue.
11-13-2013 10:13 PM
I have been having this same problem in Google Chrome. In Firefox, I can sign in and there's no problems, but even clearing cookies and the cache, I can't get Chrome to sign in without getting the "Oops" page.
For the record, I am on a netbook with Windows 8. The latest Firefox (25) seems to work fine, but Chrome does not. I never use IE.
- edited 11-22-2013 8:06 PM
I'm having the same trouble also with Chrome using Windows Vista. Suggesting I use another browser is unacceptable and not a solution. I have cleared cache and cookies and still get that Sorry page telling me its fixing technical issues
11-23-2013 6:10 AM
11-25-2013 9:20 AM
It's always good to try another browser to diagnose the problem. Sometimes it is the website, becaues of browser differnces and different standards and the web designer didn't code the page correctly or test all the browsers.
Sometimes it's not the website. Google chrome does give different results when browsing some sites. I noticed it when I first tried Srware Iron. I got access to sites that I found blocked when I used Chrome. Many of these were spammer or ad sites, but Occasionally, they block legitimate sites. All spam blocks have occassional false positives. It was still enlightening to see the differences. I switched away from chrome afterwards, but still install it to occasionally test things.
With Iron, you can stilll install all the chrome plugins, such as Adblock. You don't have to rely on google's hidden blocking and you can adjust the block lists yourself. You also shouldn't be wed to a single browser. On Windows, you can install many more browser versions than on a Mac.