[/B]Begin forwarded message: Original Message Follows: ------------------------ Contact and Verification Information First Name: Dxxxxx Last Name: Txxxxx Wireless Number: xxxxxxxxxx E-mail Address: email@example.com Topic/Subtopic Topic: I have another question about my phone Subtopic: No subtopic 2 available Additional Information Q1:Enter the wireless number associated with the account you're inquiring about A1:917xxxxxxx Q2:What is the make and model of the phone you're asking about? A2:iphone 3g Q3lease enter your phone question below: A3:i do not have a question. i just tried filling out the stupid survey you sent me, for the second time.and it failed to work again. i have lived in many countries in the world, and I travel extensively for business. i the 16 years I have been carrying and using mobile phones, I have never experienced more terrible service (cellular service AND customer service) than at&t. I recently went to your store in times square where the beligerent girl behind the counter told me that "all we do is sell phones" and informed me if I had any questions about my rate or plan, I should "just call the main number". All this was communicated while one of the male shop attendants was standing behind her. massaging her neck. I walked out. I drop five or six calls per day in manhattan, and I consider that unacceptable. It won't be long until I happily cancel my at&t account and throw my iphone in the east river. I look forward to hearing what you might have to say about that. Regards, DT From: AT&T Email Customer Care for Wireless <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: May 28, 2010 9:50:49 AM EDT To: <email@example.com> Subject: Re: Wireless from AT&T Customer Email - Northeast - [TECH] (KMM24443176V54605L0KM) Dear Mr. Txxxxx, Thank you for taking the time to e-mail AT&T regarding your service and dropped calls with your iPhone. I apologize for any frustration this may have caused. My name is Felicia Mansfield, and I am happy to help you with your inquiry. I do apologize that you are experiencing a problem with 917-xxx-xxxx; again, I can understand how frustrating this can be. I have reviewed your account and verified that your phone has the current programming downloads and network configurations, and I have verified that there are no outages at this time that would be affecting your service. I also see that you are using an iPhone 3G please ensure that you have the latest iPhone software version 4 that was recently released. This version includes further improvements to call, device and application performance. To get the iPhone 4 update, simply sync your iPhone 3G with iTunes and click the "Check for Update" button.[/COLOR] Because of the many factors that can affect cell phone signal strength, we are not able to guarantee 100% coverage. The signal for wireless phones is, in essence, a radio signal and can be affected by the same structures and interference that would block a radio station signal. Weak signal or no signal strength may cause a call to drop or make it difficult to place or receive calls, as well as connect to the Internet through the wireless phone. Please understand that coverage will vary based on your geographical location and can also vary based on other factors such as the type of building structure you are in as well as a variety of other factors, including weather and terrain. AT&T has a new iPhone application called "Mark the Spot" that allows you to provide your location to AT&T should you experience an issue with service in an area. You can select: Dropped Call, Failed Call, No Coverage, Data Failure, Poor Voice Quality and you are also able to select how often an issue happens: Once, Seldom, Often, and Always. Along with the report, your GPS coordinates will be sent to our AT&T Network Operations Center for evaluation. The application is available free of charge for iPhone users. The information you provide is extremely valuable and will be used to enhance our network. Please keep in mind that a technician will not be contacting you directly. If the problem persists, due to the nature of the issue and constraints of e-mail, please contact Customer Service at 1-800-331-0500 from a phone other than your wireless phone to allow for proper troubleshooting. You can also visit our online Tech Chat which is available 8:00am to 11:00pm EST Monday thru Friday and 9:00am to 9:00pm EST Saturday. I have provided steps for accessing the online chat below: 1. Go to www.att.com/wireless 2. Select the "Forums" link from the "Support" tab 3. The customer will need to register for the forums if they have not registered before. 4. Enter user name and password 5. Click the "Technical Support Chat" under the Live Chat group Mr. Txxxxx, I hope that the information provided has been helpful and has resolved all of your questions. Should you have additional concerns or questions about this issue please reply to this email. If you need to contact us again regarding a new issue please send us another email via the contact link through your online account. Again, my name is Felicia Mansfield, and I thank you for being a valued AT&T customer for the past several years. We will do our best to ensure that your wireless experience is a success. I encourage you to visit our web site (www.att.com/wireless) often to view current and previous monthly statements, make payments and to shop for new product and service offerings. Sincerely, Felicia Mansfield AT&T Online Customer Care Professional Help AT&T improve our service to you! Please complete our short survey about your e-mail Customer Service experience. 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