- edited 02-08-2018 5:45 PM
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02-10-2018 9:39 AM
Well said. Unfortunately the only way to be heard now, is to switch carriers. It has been too long that we to be held hostage, paying for a service that was taken from us. As another comment falls on deaf ears.
03-18-2018 7:16 PM
It is absurd they took away the ability to stream over laptop. I' a very angry customer. I don't have or want a tablet and don't watch shows on my phone. I'm going to switch back to Xfinity.
03-18-2018 8:23 PM
It would seem they'd rather sell AT&T Unlimited subscriptions for streaming than allow streaming from a web page, or for some reason allow setting's one DVR via a web page. I understand it's a business move, but if it angers a lot of customers and loses you business, is it a good move? I don't care so much for the streaming, but I did use the DVR functionality regularly. Port the UVerse Android app over the Windows 10, or a least put the DVR management features back up on a website. People with *any* version of Windows will appreciate that. We don't all have tablets, after all, or want to watch movies on our phones, which, guess what, might not be Apple or Android (You DO remember happily selling me 3 different Windows phones, don't you AT&T?)
As much as it pains my, I've been looking at Xfinity. I'm not going to DirectV as it seems like a downgrade in terms of reliability. Several friends have it, and report a lot of weather-related issues. To be fair, Dish Network users tell me the same thing. My UVerse has only gone out once in 7 years due to weather, and that was a direct lightning strike that took out the gateway.
03-19-2018 5:18 AM
Correct. Plus I don't care being lied to. I contacted them about it and was told by two different people it was temporary.
04-22-2018 4:49 PM
So, another month goes by, and still no progress. Could we just get a Windows UWP app that does what the iOS and Android app does? I mean, it's not like you guys don't know how to write Windows apps. You've got "myATT" for Windows that allows us to pay our bill. Funny, you want to insure we can pay our bill, but don't care if we are able to make full use of the service.
Reminds me of an old joke from Laugh-In. "We're the phone company. We don't care. We don't have to."