09/17/2008Provided by Citysearch -
So I promised that I would reveal some more less than honest dealings at AT&T: My intentions are solely to reveal to the public consumer ways that AT&T tries to get at your pockets. what's my motive? well, after years of hard work at AT&T, I did get the shaft, got used, taken for granted, they certainly did not appreciate my hard work, not too bitter, just wan na let upper management know not to screw with hard working employees.
1) Don't misread the price signs in bold letters at the stores. The price next to the cell phones on the walls of the stores includes bothe cell phones and accesories. you can usually buy a phone for much less. read the fine print. this applies for the price of the monthly rate plans as well. the price on the fine print is lower. as a matter of, employees will not tell you, but AT&T rate plans are as low as $29 a mo. it's in the POS system. just ask!
2)AT&T store employess can always price match. a PDA thast goes for $200 for instance can actually be sold for $0 even. just ask a knowledgable store employee.
3) more info on the way.
Ralph Nader II