AT&T Corporate Office

AT&T Corporate Office Address

AT&T Inc.
208 South Akard St
Dallas, TX 75202

Contact AT&T

Phone Number: (210) 821-4105
Fax Number: (302) 655-5049
Email: Email AT&T


CEO: Randall L. Stephenson
CFO: John Joseph Stephens
COO: John T. Stankey

AT&T History

The American Telephone and Telegraph Company (AT&T for short) has a long history dating back to Alexander Graham Bell.

In recent history, the company was known as SBC Communications after the government break-up of the original AT&T in 1983.

SBC purchased AT&T in 2005 and took on their brand, logo and marketing for the entire company.

In 2006, the company acquired BellSouth.

In 2008, the AT&T corporate office moved from San Antonio to Dallas.

There have been many recent acquisitions including Cellular One, Centennial Communications, Wayport Inc. and Qualcomm.

AT&T is currently the largest provider of fixed and mobile telephone services in the US.  The company current serves over 100 million mobile customers.

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Esther Stark October 7, 2015 at 5:14 pm

I have had a problem with my service being interrupted daily for 21 days in a row in 21 days I have 6 tech support people every 3.5 days in my home over a period of 21 days I have contacted tech support and gotten hung up on promised ,call backs , had people tell me there were no issues even though my service has been interrupted,had a billing manager transfer me to to tech support after telling her I had already contacted tech support had a customer support rep robert #042Ra play childish games saying I’m having problems hearing you sorry maam can’t hear you put me on hold for extended time because he didn’t want me to report him to his manager I had one customer service rep all in tech support ask me if I was having problems why hadn’t I contacted at&t obviously I had over a daily basis of 21 days but he wasn’t listening. My service still isn’t fixed tomorrow will make 22 days since your techs are dispatched on the last interval of 1-4 from what I was told. I want to know why it has taken now 22 days a problem when I have on networking service person saying he knows what the problem is but it hasn’t been fixed why I have had 6 service techs in my home and all but 1 including a managing supervisor left out dated equipment and “fixed a power problem with outdated equipment with the managers permission. and my problem still isn’t fixed


Gerald Steverson, Sr. October 6, 2015 at 4:11 pm

Having subscribed to Bellsouth landline phone service after returning from overseas active military duty in the nineteen seventies, I’ve been a continuous Bellsouth/AT&T landline customer for more than 40 years. I currently use a cable Internet Service Provider (ISP) but wanted to subscribe to AT&T DSL service to use as a backup ISP. I called an advertised AT&T number on/about 9/28 to inquire about obtaining DSL service. After the AT&T agent did some checking, he told me U-verse Internet was available at my location and that AT&T did not offer DSL where U-verse was available. So we discussed U-verse Internet service and, after considerable discussion, I ordered 18Meg U-verse Internet service which was to be installed 10/5.

During our discussion, the AT&T agent told me the installer(s) would run a fiber optics cable to a box mounted on the outside of my house and run a cable ‘larger than the current phone line’ into my house. I pointed out to the agent that fiber optics cable had been installed in my neighborhood some time ago but that it had not been run down my street and that the nearest fiber optics cable was located at least 600 feet from my house on the street my street intersects with. I also told him that in earlier discussions about obtaining U-verse services, a door-to-door U-verse sales person had told me the fiber optics cable would NOT be run to my house but that my existing wire would be used and tied in to the fiber optics at the nearest node and that at that time I had decided against subscribing to U-verse because, in my mind, a chain (circuit) is no stronger than its weakest link (component) and so there would be no advantage to fiber optics in the neighborhood if my house was served by over 600 feet of standard copper wire. But the agent whom I called to inquire about DSL service assured me that if I subscribed to U-verse Internet service, the installer would run a fiber optics cable to my house. So with that information, I decided to sign up for U-verse Internet service and figured I would make it my primary ISP instead of getting the DSL for backup ISP as I had initially planned.

The agent also offered to ‘bundle’ my landline phone service with the Internet service, but I declined that offer because I want to keep a ‘wired’ phone.

When the installer arrived at my house at the scheduled time, we discussed the plan, and he told me he would not run fiber optics to my house but that he would use existing wiring to the house, a different box on the side of the house, and a cat-5 type cable from the box into the house. He also said my phone service would be carried by the same cable carrying the Internet service. Still believing that a chain (circuit) is no stronger than its weakest link (component), not wanting an Internet phone, and dismayed at having been mislead, I cancelled the installation.

I still would like to subscribe to AT&T Internet services, either DSL for a backup or, preferably, U-verse Internet to replace my current ISP. But I need to know what constitutes a proper installation of U-verse Internet service without affecting my ‘wired’ landline phone service. Could someone who can address this matter authoritatively please call me with that information? My number is 850-623-0607.

Thank you.

Gerald Steverson, Sr.


Ben Kenner October 1, 2015 at 12:07 pm

Please have some one to call me about a business matter with AT&T Corp. please. 972-832-****


Maria Hope September 30, 2015 at 4:08 pm

Please have some one to call me about a busyness matter with AT&T Corp. Maria Hope, 954-296 ****. account: 523015521631. Thank you.


Lee Adams September 29, 2015 at 4:54 pm

I would like to commend Chris Cary from the Midwest Center on his attention to details concerning our order N065-OY-795549 which was placed on 9/17/2015, which is now order number GBLEXT1766979. He understood our frustration concerning the ordering of this item. We order this item originally on 9/17/2015 and was advised it would ship overnight. I then called back into the AT&T call center on 9/18/2015 to question why it was not overnighted. I was advised this model was not available for overnight. When asked what he should do I told the call center agent not to do anything until I got guidance from my manager. When I came back into work on Monday 9/21/2015 I got an email from AT&T stating my order N065-OY-795549 had been cancelled. I called back into the center asked for a floor manager and was advised that the only thing they could do was to make a new order.

After, being assured that the phone would ship on 10/05/2015 with the same number that was on the original order, I signed the terms and agreement on 9/25/2015, on 9/26/2015 I received an email stating my order had been placed, at which point I went on line to see what ship date had been assigned only to note it stated between 11/08/2015 and 11/16/2015 or there about.

This is when I called back into the center and got Mr. Cary. We talked about this device and it being sent out to the stores since it was a new promotional item. He also advised me that should I be able to find one in a store near me we could set it up on the phone number I had, but not to do anything until I actually had the device in my hand. I checked every store within a 200 mile radius and found none.

I appreciate Mr. Cary’s honesty and his willingness to help in any way possible. He is very good employee and AT&T should be proud of him and his efforts.

As, for the AT&T handling of this matter in general, I am not pleased. First, the cancelling of my order was not authorized by me as stated in your cancellation notice. Second, I was told the item would be overnighted when I ordered it, only to find out that it was not even available for shipping until 10/05/2015. Thirdly, being informed that the new order would ship on 10/05/2015 only to find out after signing the second term and agreement for the new order it would not ship until between 11/08/2015 – 11/16/2015 has left us with a bad taste for AT&T customer treatment during the ordering process. Mr. Cary has displayed more drive and ingenuity to help resolve this situation by providing possible solutions. Were it not for the fact our newly hired manager, who is left without a cell phone due to an AT&T agent error in cancelling her order, and another giving incorrect information at the beginning of the process.


James October 1, 2015 at 4:51 pm

How come every area on the internet where you can read reviews about AT&T they all are very negative. Why would anyone in their right mind do business with this company?


ntbright September 22, 2015 at 1:04 pm



Mrs.MCKNIGHT September 25, 2015 at 11:19 am

Amen to that…they re awful!!I d just started an contract
account. My bill was 300.00 more than. Provided. I have filed through The FCC and BBB!!!!


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