07-03-2016 10:21 PM
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07-09-2016 8:23 PM
This is the last straw for me and Uverse,I'm cancelling my subscription and will just go with streaming my favorite shows.
07-14-2016 8:12 AM
07-16-2016 6:50 PM
I left Time Warner because of crap like this! Here we go again!
I have one of the most basic packages as I don't need all the movie channels, etc...I probably only watch 15 channels on a regular basis out of that entire basic package and now one of my favorites of those few channels is removed!
What a joke! Thanks for the heads up AT&T on changing our channel access!
Obviously I'm not the only one upset about it!
Perhaps I should go back to Time Warner...will that make you beg me to stay?
07-18-2016 2:13 AM
Ridiculous. And if you have to make these changes, why can't you communicate this ahead of time? Duh - we have e-mail, I get a copy of the bill, etc.; any of these would work for communication. Horrible, horrible - complete lack of customer service. Comcast does a MUCH better job of this.
07-21-2016 9:14 PM
Nope, not true. I am looking at my bill for the period 6/8 - 7/7 and nothing is stated in there. I completely went through the section 'Important Information'. Nothing stated about channel removals/changes or the web site above.
I also went through the bill for 5/8 - 6/7/16. Again nothing there.
The bottom line is that AT&T is very focused on sales and NOT on customer service.
07-23-2016 2:35 AM
It might be there but it's a very, very passive and lazy approach on AT&T's end. Comcast used to place the exact changes on the bill itself. With your approach you require all of your customers to actively check this each month. Ridiculous. AT&T probably has a gazillion computer programmers there, and you can't take change your systems to take a more active approach to let people know exact changes?? All it would take is an e-mail or something stated on the bill. I used to work in IT - this can be done and AT&T knows it.
As I stated above, AT&T's focus is on sales and not on customer service, at least in regard to their Television programming and line-up. Every time I call customer service by phone, I get pitches to try this or that or upgrade to something - I don't hear them really trying to address the issue.
07-29-2016 4:39 PM
Basically they let you enjoy a channel for couple of months and then change it to a higher price package so you upgrade and spend more money. It is a completly Rip Off. So disapointed with ATT and Uverse.
07-29-2016 5:58 PM
The channel was available on U-200 for quite some time (much more than a "couple of months") before the new carriage agreement with Logo's owner (Viacom). For some reason, several of Viacom's channels moved to U-300 as part of the new agreement.
07-31-2016 12:06 AM
I am definitely giving Uverse the boot after being a customer for 10 years....they really have gotten terrible to deal with and not worth it anymore.
08-02-2016 6:28 AM
I noticed this changed too but to be honest I haven't been a fan of LOGO since they axed all of their gay programming. So no big loss to me. The only thing on that network worth watching is Rupaul's Drag Race. Everything else is just filler for that. I have no interest in watching all of those tired re-runs they've been showing. LOGO was supposed to be a gay network. When they ceased being a gay network my interest in watching that channel ended as well. There's no way i'm upgrading my cable package just for that. If and when they go back to showing more gay centric programming I'll reconsider. Until then, Good riddance!