I’m sure they weren’t expecting everyone to sound off on their Facebook Page about how much they dislike the service. And YES, there’s always a few “supporters”, but those aren’t as funny so no one really cares about those comments anyway. lol.
This page makes me proud to have been a Verizon Wireless customer for the past 10 years.
I thought I’d highlight a few below…but before I get to that…
My favorite AT&T photo response:
To which someone commented: “…this should read, ‘Your world. Stillborn.’ “
#idied *falls backwards out of chair*
Alright…bring on the highlarity:
“I would have to say over the last few years the only reason I am with ATT is for the iPhone. In January when iPhone come out on the Verizon network you can bet I will be switching all five of my phones. The service from ATT has got to be the worst service. With my job I use Sprint, ATT, Verizon, and t- mobile. Out of t…hem all ATT has the worst service and right behind ATT is sprint. V(C)an not wait for the iPhone to get to Verizon.”
Coverage in Northern California is ATROCIOUS! Calling customer service to report this was met with hostility and rudeness. Berkeley is especially bad. A major metropolitan area should not have 1 bar service and endemic dropped calls even on the fringes of town. I am getting rid of AT&T the very second other carriers have the iPhone.
Instead of insulting self-congratulatory letters, how about investing some of those billions into free microcells for those who can’t make/receive calls in their own house? How about an apology letter? Since I’ve moved, I’m now basically paying ~$100/month for an ipod touch.
I just bought a new house last month.
I work from home and I’m excited because now I finally have a dedicated office space (something I’ve never had). The ONLY problem is that my phone doesn’t work, ever.
I’m SERIOUSLY thinking about jumping ship. Winter is coming and I can’t be going outside to make phone calls anymore.
Sorry AT&T, but you are a total joke. The *ONLY* reason you get a dime from me is because of the iPhone. If the iPhone was available tomorrow on another network, I would switch instantly. I don’t care about the early termination fee.
And how the heck did you strike such an exclusive deal with Apple? Well, gee, how about giving me service in my house… or maybe my office so when a client calls I can actually talk with them, rather than asking for their phone number and calling back on my landline…Yeah, nice going AT&T and thanks for charging an arm and a leg for data packages!
If you have any favorites, feel free to comment!