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I have a complicated ATT bill because I pay for services in another town than mine in addition to all those I pay for in my own home. Fortunately I live close to an ATT store which is like the main hub in my area. I use the 661 number for easy questions but I have gone to the store to purchase new phones or change anything about the services. I have found every single person to be polite and considerate. They are also patient in explaining anything to me that I question. I am not a “techy” person, as I was middle aged when computers came out and as everyone knows, the technology has expanded exponentially. I am happy that I can use an IPhone and operate my computer. The last time I was in there the lady went over my entire bill in minutiae and wrote it down on paper for me. She was able to find savings for me which I appreciated of course. I did not require new services at this time because we are waiting for service that will replace the satellite which I am not fond of. The people, the service, and the outstanding quality of the products. You can't see all the little (and sometimes not so little) extra charges and fees they always find a way to sack you with when viewing your bill in the app itself. If you want to see those, you have to view the PDF of your "paper" bill. But anytime I attempt to do that it just sits there loading infinitely and it never loads. This happens no matter whether I'm on Wi Fi or cellular, and regardless of whether I'm on home Wi Fi, work, etc. Guess they really don't want you keeping tabs on those charges. Speaking of extra charges, I recently needed to replace a family member's older broken phone. Out of convenience, I did so through the apps "Upgrade" option since they were eligible. I reviewed all the charges and actually took the time to read all the fine print, because I'm OCD that way. When I was eventually billed, (I had to view the bill on a PC since the app wouldn't download it) there was a "Upgrade fee". There was NO MENTION ANYWHERE that I would be charged such a fee for "upgrading" from a broken phone to a more recent model. Contacted their customer support about and you can guess how that went. They wouldn't budge despite there being no reference anywhere that I would be charged such a fee. I have a complicated ATT bill because I pay for services in another town than mine in addition to all those I pay for in my own home. Fortunately I live close to an ATT store which is like the main hub in my area. I use the 661 number for easy questions but I have gone to the store to purchase new phones or change anything about the services. I have found every single person to be polite and considerate. They are also patient in explaining anything to me that I question. I am not a “techy” person, as I was middle aged when computers came out and as everyone knows, the technology has expanded exponentially. I am happy that I can use an IPhone and operate my computer. The last time I was in there the lady went over my entire bill in minutiae and wrote it down on paper for me. She was able to find savings for me which I appreciated of course. I did not require new services at this time because we are waiting for service that will replace the satellite which I am not fond of. The people, the service, and the outstanding quality of the products. You can't see all the little (and sometimes not so little) extra charges and fees they always find a way to sack you with when viewing your bill in the app itself. If you want to see those, you have to view the PDF of your "paper" bill. But anytime I attempt to do that it just sits there loading infinitely and it never loads. This happens no matter whether I'm on Wi Fi or cellular, and regardless of whether I'm on home Wi Fi, work, etc. Guess they really don't want you keeping tabs on those charges. Speaking of extra charges, I recently needed to replace a family member's older broken phone. Out of convenience, I did so through the apps "Upgrade" option since they were eligible. I reviewed all the charges and actually took the time to read all the fine print, because I'm OCD that way. When I was eventually billed, (I had to view the bill on a PC since the app wouldn't download it) there was a "Upgrade fee". There was NO MENTION ANYWHERE that I would be charged such a fee for "upgrading" from a broken phone to a more recent model. Contacted their customer support about and you can guess how that went. They wouldn't budge despite there being no reference anywhere that I would be charged such a fee.

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