The most trusted and popular consumer complaints website
Follow us
Connect With: Connect with Facebook Connect with Yahoo Connect with Google Connect with Twitter Connect with LinkedIn

Share with Others

Recently Discussed Complaints

1. (19 mins ago)
Collect Pros
Collections scam
2. (22 mins ago)
Sears Kenmore Elite French Door Refrigerator
Dept of energy agreement does not compensate me properly
3. (29 mins ago)
No cat & no deposit refund
4. (30 mins ago)
Vashikaran Fraud
Vashikaran | Vashikaran Mantra | Vashikaran Services
5. (33 mins ago)
Barrhead Travel
Travel insurance

Consumer Tips & Tricks

Latest News & Stories

Latest Questions

ATT Uverse Complaints & Reviews - false advertising

ATT Uverse Contacts & Informations

ATT Uverse

Posted:    GHG

false advertising

Complaint Rating:  100 % with 2 votes
AT&T mailer says "Four channels can be recorded to the DVR or viewed simultaneously, up to 2 can be HD" When investigating further I was told that only 1 HD channel can be recorded or watched at 1 time. Sticking with cox for now then. At least I know what I'm getting.
Comments United States Entertainment
Share with others:  
Was the above complaint useful to you?    


Sort by: Date | Rating
 19th of Feb, 2009 by   Clay Wieland 0 Votes
I received a letter from AT&T explaining how they had "Great News". I could upgrade to DSL Xtreme 6.0 for only $5 more per month.
Well, naturally I called right away, to upgrade my up to now great service! Guess what they told me??? The 6.0 service is NOT available in my area!!
Don't you think these idiots would check to see if the service was available BEFORE they spent millions on a mass mailing campaign promoting the upgrade availability?
I live within one mile radius of the downtown AT&T switching station, which means I should be able to get screaming fast internet, right??? '
Thats what I thought?? This is a clear case of FALSE ADVERTISING at its finest!

Anyone else out there frustrated with this problem??

Post your Comment

Please check text spelling before submitting a comment
Your attitude towards ComplaintAgree Neutral Disagree
Comment text
Attach photos (optional)


Consumer Agency Gains, But Foes Still Remain

RSS Feed
Login close

Forgot your password?