How do I report poor service to AT?

How do I report poor service to AT?

To report a dropped call or network issue:

  1. Open the AT Mark the Spot app on your device.
  2. Select Where Did It Happen.
  3. Select What Happened.
  4. Select Where Were You.
  5. Select Submit.
  6. If you’re unable to connect to the network, Save your report.
  7. Saved reports display as a red pin on the map.

How do I contact AT executives?

208 S. Akard St. Our main telephone number is (210) 821-4105. (Please note that while AT’s corporate headquarters are in Dallas, the main telephone number uses a San Antonio area code.)

Why did the government break up AT?

In 1974, the U.S. Justice Department filed an antitrust lawsuit against AT based on complaints by MCI and other long-distance service providers. The landmark settlement required AT to divest its local operating companies and limit its services to the long-distance market.

Do FCC complaints do anything?

The FCC cannot resolve all individual complaints, but we can provide information about your possible next steps. The collective data we receive from complaints helps us keep a pulse on what consumers are experiencing, may lead to investigations and serves as a deterrent to the companies we regulate.

What kind of complaints does the FCC handle?

Complaints about issues such as loud commercials, the Do Not Call List, robocalls, unwanted telephone calls, unsolicited faxes and similar issues covered by the Telephone Consumer Protection Act are not served but are shared among FCC bureaus and offices.

What is Channel 4 and how does it work?

Channel 4 is a free-to-air public-service television network with a remit to produce “high quality and distinctive programming”. The channel produces shows, documentaries, dramas, news and current affairs, sports, and much more. Channel 4 is headquartered in London, with a national headquarters in Leeds and creative hubs in Glasgow and Bristol.

What happens if I make a complaint about a Channel 4 programme?

Where a complainant is dissatisfied with a response from Channel 4 in relation to a programme or on-demand content on All4 they may decide to pursue their complaint with Ofcom and in some cases may decide to go directly to Ofcom without contacting Channel 4.

Is channel 4 a public or private company?

Although largely commercially self-funded, it is ultimately publicly owned; originally a subsidiary of the Independent Broadcasting Authority, the station is now owned and operated by Channel Four Television Corporation, a public body established in 1990, coming into operation in 1993.

How do I make a complaint about a programme?

Complaints addressed to the Chief Executive or Board Members about programmes, on-demand or online content should be copied to the relevant editorial head, Controller of Legal and Compliance and Director of Programmes where appropriate. In some cases, it may be more appropriate for the response to come from the commissioning editor.