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haveyou tried telling them that you already have a router(modem too if so) and see if they can compensate for the installation fee, we got something along those lines when we switched to mediacom.
    
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I did try to tell them that. However, they said it didnt matter because the new equipment is entirely different. However, ATT is not known to have the best customer service...so it is not the biggest shocker in the world
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I did try to tell them that. However, they said it didnt matter because the new equipment is entirely different. However, ATT is not known to have the best customer service...so it is not the biggest shocker in the world

Lol. But all jokes aside, they really do have their completely different hardware. That is why I will not go to Uverse. It's all the special crap that causes it.
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Uverse (the FTTN kind, anyway) is the internet equivalent of cans on a string. Even the FTTP Uverse users (of which there's about 8 or 9 total) get screwed because their speed tiers are the same or worse than the FTTN users. I'm not sure if the 24 meg tier is even available on FTTP.

It is truly a vile product. AT&T should be ashamed.
    
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Uverse (the FTTN kind, anyway) is the internet equivalent of cans on a string. Even the FTTP Uverse users (of which there's about 8 or 9 total) get screwed because their speed tiers are the same or worse than the FTTN users. I'm not sure if the 24 meg tier is even available on FTTP.

It is truly a vile product. AT&T should be ashamed.

VILE WITCHCRAFT!!!!
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