AT&T Customer Care: Contact for Phone, Internet of AT&T


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Contact AT&T: Find below customer care details of AT&T, including phone and address. You can reach the below contact for questions on AT&T wireless, telephone, internet, wi-fi or other queries. Besides contact details, the page also offers information and links on AT&T services.

AT&T Head Office
AT&T,
208 S. Akard Street Dallas,
TX 75202, USA
Phone: 1-210-821-4105
Email: info@att.com

AT&T Customer Care

>Wireless Service
Sales: 1-888-333-6651
Technical Support:
1-800-331-0500 or dial 611 from your wireless phone
1-800-682-8786 (TTY)

Repair Service: 1-800-288-2747
Due Bills Service: 1-866-295-6221
Billing Services: 1-800-222-0300
Online Support: 1-888-9ATT-WEB
Remove Plan: 1-800-222-0300
Carrier Cost: 1-800-854-9940
Resolution Center: 1-800-538-5345
Phone Accessories: 1-800-222-3111
Calling Card: 1-800-CALL-ATT
Prepaid Cards: 1-800-364-9292
Universal Card: 1-877-752-7759
Personal 800: 1-800-850-8437

International Services: 1-800-335-4685 or
1-916-843-4685 or 1-800-222-0300

Order Status: 1-877-782-8870
Number Transfer Status: 1-866-895-1097

> Digital TV Contact
Sales: 1-800-288-2020 (AT&T U-verse)
Sales: 1-800-288-1145 (DirecTV)
Technical Support: 1-866-722-7500 (Dish Network)

Internet Services
1-866-722-DIAL
(1-866-722-3425)
1-800-967-5363 – Dial Internet
1-866-596-8455 – DSL Internet

Long Distance Services
1-800-222-0300
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Online Customer Service
To login in to AT&T online customer center click here.

AT&T Shop
To purchase AT&T products online click here.

Order Status
To check your AT&T order status online click here

Special Offers
For AT&T special offers click here

Online Bill Payment
To make your AT&T bill payment online click here.

About AT&T
at&t-logoAT&T was founded in the year 1876. It is today the seventh largest company in the US and is listed by Forbes as the 14th largest in the world. The company’s products include wireless voice and data, broadband internet, video, and data, and long distance phone service. Headquartered in Dallas, AT&T serves customers with a broad range of wireless voice and data services. As a matter of fact, it serves some 95.5 million wireless subscribers. It has its data roaming in more than 200 countries and mobile broadband in more than 130 countries.

AT&T is US’ largest mobile broadband network. Further, it also offers a 100 percent IP-based television service . The company has more than 24,000 AT&T Wi-Fi Hot Spots, including locations in all 50 states, and access to more than 135,000 hot spots around the globe. If you dint know, AT&T employs some 266,590 people.

AT&T Customer Care: Contact for Phone, Internet of AT&T, 3.4 out of 10 based on 16 ratings

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19 Responses to “AT&T Customer Care: Contact for Phone, Internet of AT&T”

  • Linda Garceau says:

    We are new AT&T customers. Just noted that our new billing month began on 7/13 and we are showing only 550 mins. Why didn’t our unused mins from previous month rollover????? Thanks

  • Albert Potenza Jr. says:

    On April 12, 2013 I called ATT Customer Care and was greeted by your representative, Melissa McArthur. My service that day required dropping of the GPS service on my phone and she dispensed with that matter in short order, efficiently and pleasantly. Then she asked if there was anything else shecould help me with.
    I began with my tale of “woe and intrigue” over my nearly twenty years of loyalty to AT+T and enumerated the latest problems, I had with the purchase of an IPAD. After hearing my story as it had been told to several others who preceded her, she aplogized for my troubles and immediately granted me free texting till Oct. 2013 as a small reparation for my hassles. I thanked her profusely as this was the first time anyone from AT+T has ever OFFERRED me any recompense for the myriad of incidents in my experience.We ended the call pleasantly and I told her that I would commend her for going the extra mile for me.
    We hung up and a few minutes later, Melissa called me back offerring another rebate to make up for the charges i incurred when returning the IPAD. This young woman is to be Commended as highly as anyone can be for listening and hearing a customer..in short for CARING for the customer!

  • jasee wong says:

    Bought an iphone 64g in thailand but unable use in malaysia, the screen displays ‘NO SIGNAL’. Tried downloading application & using other sim cards but still unable to activate. Contacted dealer in Malaysia but no support warranty (under US) & was asked to call Apple M’sia & as the phone is under AT&T US. Is it possible to exchange with new unit? Serial No : C39JFRF1F38Y. pls advice.

  • Yasveer Solanki says:

    I have upgraded the iphone 4S software to IOS 6 and now it requires an activation. When I press activate it shows that your SIM card is not compatible with this phone. Please provide me the solution How I can start my phone as I used it before. I took it from U.S and now I am using it in INDIA. I have contacted the customer care also, they also want me to speak with you and get the AT&T no. So please provide me the AT&T no. to start my Indian SIM with this phone. Please revert me back.

  • prem says:

    I am prem , working as a Business Analyst. Couple of months back I got an iPhone as a gift from my boss . Now am in my native place which is in India and am not getting any signal here in my home which is in Kerala , India . I won’t be coming back to uk as we had started our outsourcing development center here in India . So I want to know whether I can unlock my iPhone to use .

  • Ron Butler says:

    I recently received the following. I’m not aware of any such plan that I have with AT&T.

    AT&T Automatic Data Plan Renewal Successful
    Dear Valued Customer,

    Congratulations, your auto-renew of DOM 250 MB for 30 days was successful.

    Your purchase amount was $14.99. If you paid by credit or debit card, this charge will appear on your statement as AT&T Data. Please retain this email as your receipt for use in expense reports, etc. ….

  • Baidar Bakhae says:

    I keep getting emails from Att customer care that says if I dont respond with my username password and occupation I will lose my email what is this for?

    • CCC - Sam says:

      it can also be a fake mail to steal your private credentials..please call the customer support and enquire if mails were sent..

  • zarruk says:

    Please help am having difficulties with my at&t black berry, I just moved back to nigeria and am using mtn network but my wireless is not working at all.

  • Betty Gail Brawley says:

    At No time in life, should a child be abased for any advertisment,in school, home,or any of the many person that use advertise as a means of getting out their own selfish adgenta.

  • Karen says:

    Your recent TV commercial with parents choosing their favorite child is a disgrace. AT&T should be ashamed…I agree, take it off the air.

  • Alta says:

    I find that commercial so objectionable it makes me want to disconnect my AT&T service.

    • Betty Gail Brawley says:

      To stop using the services that use this type of advertising, would make them clean up their acts. Several doing this, then a lot of things that have gotten off the path of humility. the right track life, would soon, put their best foot forward, as this world would change for the betterment of all.

  • jojo says:

    Your recent ATT Uverse commercial where both Parents are choosing one child over another is just wrong. the entire
    commercial is stupid, shut it down

  • Jennifer says:

    Since society is so concerned about impressionable images and situations, what does ATT think they are offering. I agree with those above who find the husband and wife commercial an offensive message. What the H are the ad agencies thinking. I get so creeped out by ATT commercials and I too was on the phone forever straightening out my internet access and then transferred cause the untrained CSR went to lunch and did not document the conversation. Sloppy service, sloppy ads.

  • Glanda Widger says:

    Agreed the commercial stinks but I have a good one for you. Because AT&T refuses to take my calls, transfers me to 50 different people and I cannot get a real person on the line who can help me, I get free internet service. The auto billing is messed up and all the “Peggys” in the tent in the desert are incapable or unauthorized to clear up the matter. Thank you AT&T for being so impossible to communicate with.I actually called about my email service not working and someone who I could not understand because they kept either reading from the same script or cutting me off, said it was a billing problem. What a joke. I can still acess the net just can’t get emails at my AT&T adress.

  • cindy adamson says:

    I am really upset with your current ad campaign. It really goes against all good family values.
    1. There is a wife in her greenhouse making a comment about how she should have married someone else because the husband chose to sign on to an AT&T service.
    2. There are parents chosing who their favorite child is right in front of the two children.
    3. There is a woman entering a contest on the phone who lies about ever entering the contest before and then cheats by searching for the answer on her phone.
    None of these ads are funny. None of them show good family values. Is this the attitude AT&T wants to promote?

  • Benton yue says:

    Please provide ATT customer service mailing address.

  • ray pytlik says:

    On 7-27-11 I rec’d a new modem and was
    quickly and professionally helped by a Blane in the Phillipines on the hook up but first a Mike in St Louis, Mo was able to resolve my connect issue by sending me the modem so please send my compliments to both of these employees to let them know they did a GREAT JOB !!

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