Moving Soon?
Don’t forget your AT&T services. To move or order AT&T home phone, high speed internet and digital TV Services, visit att.com/move or call 1.800.MOVE.ATT (1.800.668.3288).
Economic Development in Alabama
AT&T Alabama has invested nearly $1.2 billion between 2007 and 2009 in our wireless and wireline networks across the state. This year alone in our in our region, which includes all of Alabama and part of North Florida, we plan to add 75 new cell sites and upgrade more than 250 existing sites to third-generation (3G) service. Our investments in smart networks are enabling innovation that will support economic development and stimulate job growth. We commend Alabama’s state and local elected officials for their commitment to creating an environment that encourages investment and helps keep our state moving forward.
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Don’t be a victim. Protect yourself
Improve Online Security
  • Use passwords with at least eight characters and include numbers or symbols. Get anti-virus software that updates automatically and install a firewall.
  • If you receive an unexpected email from a company you do business with, don’t click on the link provided. Instead, contact the company directly by phone or through its regular web address.
  • Don’t give out your email address without knowing how it will be used, and don’t open an email attachment unless you are expecting it.
Manage Telephone Security
  • Slamming is when your telecommunications provider is changed without your authorization. If you receive a phone call asking you to switch your phone service, and you are not interested in switching, just say, “No.” Be cautious when filling out sweepstakes entry forms. You may unknowingly authorize a change in your phone service.
  • To verify your long distance and local toll providers, dial the following numbers from your telephone (some providers do not have recorded information):
    • Call 1.700.555.4141 to verify long distance provider.
    • Call 1.your local area code.700.4141 to verify local toll provider.
  • Caller ID and Call Waiting ID services deliver the name and number of a caller to a display unit or screen phone allowing you to decide whether or not you want to take the call. AT&T offers phones with the latest features to work with these services. To order services or phones, or for more information, go to att.com or call 1.800.288.2020.
Protect Your Calling Card Number
  • No one from any telephone company or regulatory agency will ever call you to request your calling card number or ask that you accept charges on their behalf. Shield your calling card number when keying it into a pay phone, and speak softly if you give the number verbally.
Review Phone Bills Carefully
  • To reduce the risk of cramming – being billed for unauthorized non-AT&T charges on your AT&T bill – you may request a “third-party bill block” at no charge by calling 1.800.288.2020. The bill block will not block long distance charges.
  • Be sure you know the charge in advance for calling 800 and 900 numbers. Not all 800 numbers are toll-free. For more information on toll-free, 800 and 900 numbers, visit att.com/areacodes and select Frequently Asked Questions in the General Area Code Information section.
  • You can access up to the last thirteen months of your phone bill at att.com/pay. If you see unfamiliar charges on your bill, call the tollfree number listed on the page where the charge appears on your bill.
Get Advice or Report Suspected Fraud
  • The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) offers information on consumer fraud issues; visit ftc.gov or call toll-free at 1.877.FTC.HELP (1.877.382.4357); TTY: 1.866.653.4261
  • For information on reporting suspected fraud, visit the National Consumers League’s (NCL) National Fraud Information Center at fraud.org. For consumer advice, check out NCL’s Web site at nclnet.org.
Manage Telemarketing Calls
  • Don’t believe unrealistic promises, act on impulse or pay a fee to collect something you’ve won. And never give a caller personal or financial information, such as a Social Security number, credit card or bank account numbers. Under federal law, you can tell a telemarketer not to call again and they must put you on their Do Not Call list.
Reduce Telephone Solicitations
To reduce telephone solicitation calls to your home:
  • Register for the National Do Not Call Registry online at donotcall.gov or by phone at 1.888.382.1222 (TTY: 1.866.290.4236). There is no charge to register. The Alabama Public Service Commission has merged its registry with the National Do Not Call Registry administered by the FTC. If you enrolled on Alabama's Do Not Call Registry before August 14, 2003, you do not have to register again to be included on the national registry.
Services may not be available in all areas. Long distance calls will incur long distance charges.
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Moving Soon?
Don’t forget your AT&T services. To move or order AT&T home phone, high speed internet and digital TV Services, visit att.com/move or call 1.800.MOVE.ATT (1.800.668.3288).
Economic Development in Florida
AT&T Florida has invested nearly $2.8 billion between 2007 and 2009 in our wireless and wireline networks across the state. Our investments in smart networks are enabling innovation that will enhance economic development and stimulate job growth. We commend Florida’s state and local elected officials for their commitment to creating an environment that encourages investment and helps keep our state moving forward.
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Don’t be a victim. Protect yourself
Improve Online Security
  • Use passwords with at least eight characters and include numbers or symbols. Get anti-virus software that updates automatically and install a firewall.
  • If you receive an unexpected email from a company you do business with, don’t click on the link provided. Instead, contact the company directly by phone or through its regular web address.
  • Don’t give out your email address without knowing how it will be used, and don’t open an email attachment unless you are expecting it.
Manage Telephone Security
  • Slamming is when your telecommunications provider is changed without your authorization. If you receive a phone call asking you to switch your phone service, and you are not interested in switching, just say, “No.” Be cautious when filling out sweepstakes entry forms. You may unknowingly authorize a change in your phone service.
  • To verify your long distance and local toll providers, dial the following numbers from your telephone (some providers do not have recorded information):
    • Call 1.700.555.4141 to verify long distance provider.
    • Call 1.your local area code.700.4141 to verify local toll provider.
  • Caller ID and Call Waiting ID services deliver the name and number of a caller to a display unit or screen phone allowing you to decide whether or not you want to take the call. AT&T offers phones with the latest features to work with these services. To order services or phones, or for more information, go to att.com or call 1.800.288.2020.
Protect Your Calling Card Number
  • No one from any telephone company or regulatory agency will ever call you to request your calling card number or ask that you accept charges on their behalf. Shield your calling card number when keying it into a pay phone, and speak softly if you give the number verbally.
Review Phone Bills Carefully
  • To reduce the risk of cramming – being billed for unauthorized non-AT&T charges on your AT&T bill – you may request a “third-party bill block” at no charge by calling 1.800.288.2020. The bill block will not block long distance charges.
  • Be sure you know the charge in advance for calling 800 and 900 numbers. Not all 800 numbers are toll-free. For more information on toll-free, 800 and 900 numbers, visit att.com/areacodes and select Frequently Asked Questions in the General Area Code Information section.
  • You can access up to the last thirteen months of your phone bill at att.com/pay. If you see unfamiliar charges on your bill, call the tollfree number listed on the page where the charge appears on your bill.
Get Advice or Report Suspected Fraud
  • The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) offers information on consumer fraud issues; visit ftc.gov or call toll-free at 1.877.FTC.HELP (1.877.382.4357); TTY: 1.866.653.4261
  • For information on reporting suspected fraud, visit the National Consumers League’s (NCL) National Fraud Information Center at fraud.org. For consumer advice, check out NCL’s Web site at nclnet.org.
Manage Telemarketing Calls
  • Don’t believe unrealistic promises, act on impulse or pay a fee to collect something you’ve won. And never give a caller personal or financial information, such as a Social Security number, credit card or bank account numbers. Under federal law, you can tell a telemarketer not to call again and they must put you on their Do Not Call list.
Reduce Telephone Solicitations
To reduce telephone solicitation calls to your home:
  • Register for the National Do Not Call Registry online at donotcall.gov or by phone at 1.888.382.1222 (TTY: 1.866.290.4236). There is no charge to register.
  • In addition to the national list, Florida consumers may register their telephone numbers in a “No Sales Solicitation Calls” list published by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. There is an initial fee of $10.00 for the first year of this service and $5.00 for every year thereafter. For more information, go online at 800helpfla.com/nosales.html, call toll-free at 1.800.HELP.FLA (1.800.435.7352) or write to:
    Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
    Attn: Do Not Call List
    P. O. Box 6700
    Tallahassee, FL 32399-6700
Services may not be available in all areas. Long distance calls will incur long distance charges.
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Moving Soon?
Don’t forget your AT&T services. To move or order AT&T home phone, high speed internet and digital TV Services, visit att.com/move or call 1.800.MOVE.ATT (1.800.668.3288).
Economic Development in Georgia
AT&T Georgia has invested more than $4.1 billion between 2007 and 2009 in our wireless and wireline networks across the state. Our investments in smart networks are enabling innovation that will enhance economic development and stimulate job growth. We commend Georgia’s state and local elected officials for their commitment to creating an environment that encourages investment and helps keep our state moving forward.
Back To Top
Don’t be a victim. Protect yourself
Improve Online Security
  • Use passwords with at least eight characters and include numbers or symbols. Get anti-virus software that updates automatically and install a firewall.
  • If you receive an unexpected email from a company you do business with, don’t click on the link provided. Instead, contact the company directly by phone or through its regular web address.
  • Don’t give out your email address without knowing how it will be used, and don’t open an email attachment unless you are expecting it.
Manage Telephone Security
  • Slamming is when your telecommunications provider is changed without your authorization. If you receive a phone call asking you to switch your phone service, and you are not interested in switching, just say, “No.” Be cautious when filling out sweepstakes entry forms. You may unknowingly authorize a change in your phone service.
  • To verify your long distance and local toll providers, dial the following numbers from your telephone (some providers do not have recorded information):
    • Call 1.700.555.4141 to verify long distance provider.
    • Call 1.your local area code.700.4141 to verify local toll provider.
  • Caller ID and Call Waiting ID services deliver the name and number of a caller to a display unit or screen phone allowing you to decide whether or not you want to take the call. AT&T offers phones with the latest features to work with these services. To order services or phones, or for more information, go to att.com or call 1.800.288.2020.
Protect Your Calling Card Number
  • No one from any telephone company or regulatory agency will ever call you to request your calling card number or ask that you accept charges on their behalf. Shield your calling card number when keying it into a pay phone, and speak softly if you give the number verbally.
Review Phone Bills Carefully
  • To reduce the risk of cramming – being billed for unauthorized non-AT&T charges on your AT&T bill – you may request a “third-party bill block” at no charge by calling 1.800.288.2020. The bill block will not block long distance charges.
  • Be sure you know the charge in advance for calling 800 and 900 numbers. Not all 800 numbers are toll-free. For more information on toll-free, 800 and 900 numbers, visit att.com/areacodes and select Frequently Asked Questions in the General Area Code Information section.
  • You can access up to the last thirteen months of your phone bill at att.com/pay. If you see unfamiliar charges on your bill, call the tollfree number listed on the page where the charge appears on your bill.
Get Advice or Report Suspected Fraud
  • The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) offers information on consumer fraud issues; visit ftc.gov or call toll-free at 1.877.FTC.HELP (1.877.382.4357); TTY: 1.866.653.4261
  • For information on reporting suspected fraud, visit the National Consumers League’s (NCL) National Fraud Information Center at fraud.org. For consumer advice, check out NCL’s Web site at nclnet.org.
Manage Telemarketing Calls
  • Don’t believe unrealistic promises, act on impulse or pay a fee to collect something you’ve won. And never give a caller personal or financial information, such as a Social Security number, credit card or bank account numbers. Under federal law, you can tell a telemarketer not to call again and they must put you on their Do Not Call list.
Reduce Telephone Solicitations
To reduce telephone solicitation calls to your home:
  • Register for the National Do Not Call Registry online at donotcall.gov or by phone at 1.888.382.1222 (TTY: 1.866.290.4236). There is no charge to register.
Services may not be available in all areas. Long distance calls will incur long distance charges.
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Moving Soon?
Don’t forget your AT&T services. To move or order AT&T home phone, high speed internet and digital TV Services, visit att.com/move or call 1.800.MOVE.ATT (1.800.668.3288).
Economic Development in Kentucky
AT&T Kentucky has invested nearly $500 million between 2007 and 2009 in our wireless and wireline networks across the commonwealth. Our investments in smart networks are enabling the innovation of today and tomorrow that will enhance economic development and stimulate job growth. We commend the work of state legislative and regulatory leaders for all that they do to create an environment that encourages investment. And we encourage them to promote policies that keep Kentucky moving forward.
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Don’t be a victim. Protect yourself
Improve Online Security
  • Use passwords with at least eight characters and include numbers or symbols. Get anti-virus software that updates automatically and install a firewall.
  • If you receive an unexpected email from a company you do business with, don’t click on the link provided. Instead, contact the company directly by phone or through its regular web address.
  • Don’t give out your email address without knowing how it will be used, and don’t open an email attachment unless you are expecting it.
Manage Telephone Security
  • Slamming is when your telecommunications provider is changed without your authorization. If you receive a phone call asking you to switch your phone service, and you are not interested in switching, just say, “No.” Be cautious when filling out sweepstakes entry forms. You may unknowingly authorize a change in your phone service.
  • To verify your long distance and local toll providers, dial the following numbers from your telephone (some providers do not have recorded information):
    • Call 1.700.555.4141 to verify long distance provider.
    • Call 1.your local area code.700.4141 to verify local toll provider.
  • Caller ID and Call Waiting ID services deliver the name and number of a caller to a display unit or screen phone allowing you to decide whether or not you want to take the call. AT&T offers phones with the latest features to work with these services. To order services or phones, or for more information, go to att.com or call 1.800.288.2020.
Protect Your Calling Card Number
  • No one from any telephone company or regulatory agency will ever call you to request your calling card number or ask that you accept charges on their behalf. Shield your calling card number when keying it into a pay phone, and speak softly if you give the number verbally.
Review Phone Bills Carefully
  • To reduce the risk of cramming – being billed for unauthorized non-AT&T charges on your AT&T bill – you may request a “third-party bill block” at no charge by calling 1.800.288.2020. The bill block will not block long distance charges.
  • Be sure you know the charge in advance for calling 800 and 900 numbers. Not all 800 numbers are toll-free. For more information on toll-free, 800 and 900 numbers, visit att.com/areacodes and select Frequently Asked Questions in the General Area Code Information section.
  • You can access up to the last thirteen months of your phone bill at att.com/pay. If you see unfamiliar charges on your bill, call the tollfree number listed on the page where the charge appears on your bill.
Get Advice or Report Suspected Fraud
  • The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) offers information on consumer fraud issues; visit ftc.gov or call toll-free at 1.877.FTC.HELP (1.877.382.4357); TTY: 1.866.653.4261
  • For information on reporting suspected fraud, visit the National Consumers League’s (NCL) National Fraud Information Center at fraud.org. For consumer advice, check out NCL’s Web site at nclnet.org.
Manage Telemarketing Calls
  • Don’t believe unrealistic promises, act on impulse or pay a fee to collect something you’ve won. And never give a caller personal or financial information, such as a Social Security number, credit card or bank account numbers. Under federal law, you can tell a telemarketer not to call again and they must put you on their Do Not Call list.
Reduce Telephone Solicitations
To reduce telephone solicitation calls to your home:
  • Register for the National Do Not Call Registry online at donotcall.gov or by phone at 1.888.382.1222 (TTY: 1.866.290.4236). There is no charge to register.
Services may not be available in all areas. Long distance calls will incur long distance charges.
Back To Top
Moving Soon?
Don’t forget your AT&T services. To move or order AT&T home phone, high speed internet and digital TV Services, visit att.com/move or call 1.800.MOVE.ATT (1.800.668.3288).
Economic Development in Louisiana
AT&T Louisiana has invested more than $1 billion between 2007 and 2009 in our wireless and wireline networks across the state. Our investments in smart networks are enabling innovation that will enhance economic development and stimulate job growth. We commend Louisiana’s state and local elected officials for their commitment to creating an environment that encourages investment and helps keep our state moving forward.
Back To Top
Don’t be a victim. Protect yourself
Improve Online Security
  • Use passwords with at least eight characters and include numbers or symbols. Get anti-virus software that updates automatically and install a firewall.
  • If you receive an unexpected email from a company you do business with, don’t click on the link provided. Instead, contact the company directly by phone or through its regular web address.
  • Don’t give out your email address without knowing how it will be used, and don’t open an email attachment unless you are expecting it.
Manage Telephone Security
  • Slamming is when your telecommunications provider is changed without your authorization. If you receive a phone call asking you to switch your phone service, and you are not interested in switching, just say, “No.” Be cautious when filling out sweepstakes entry forms. You may unknowingly authorize a change in your phone service.
  • To verify your long distance and local toll providers, dial the following numbers from your telephone (some providers do not have recorded information):
    • Call 1.700.555.4141 to verify long distance provider.
    • Call 1.your local area code.700.4141 to verify local toll provider.
  • Caller ID and Call Waiting ID services deliver the name and number of a caller to a display unit or screen phone allowing you to decide whether or not you want to take the call. AT&T offers phones with the latest features to work with these services. To order services or phones, or for more information, go to att.com or call 1.800.288.2020.
Protect Your Calling Card Number
  • No one from any telephone company or regulatory agency will ever call you to request your calling card number or ask that you accept charges on their behalf. Shield your calling card number when keying it into a pay phone, and speak softly if you give the number verbally.
Review Phone Bills Carefully
  • To reduce the risk of cramming – being billed for unauthorized non-AT&T charges on your AT&T bill – you may request a “third-party bill block” at no charge by calling 1.800.288.2020. The bill block will not block long distance charges.
  • Be sure you know the charge in advance for calling 800 and 900 numbers. Not all 800 numbers are toll-free. For more information on toll-free, 800 and 900 numbers, visit att.com/areacodes and select Frequently Asked Questions in the General Area Code Information section.
  • You can access up to the last thirteen months of your phone bill at att.com/pay. If you see unfamiliar charges on your bill, call the tollfree number listed on the page where the charge appears on your bill.
Get Advice or Report Suspected Fraud
  • The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) offers information on consumer fraud issues; visit ftc.gov or call toll-free at 1.877.FTC.HELP (1.877.382.4357); TTY: 1.866.653.4261
  • For information on reporting suspected fraud, visit the National Consumers League’s (NCL) National Fraud Information Center at fraud.org. For consumer advice, check out NCL’s Web site at nclnet.org.
Manage Telemarketing Calls
  • Don’t believe unrealistic promises, act on impulse or pay a fee to collect something you’ve won. And never give a caller personal or financial information, such as a Social Security number, credit card or bank account numbers. Under federal law, you can tell a telemarketer not to call again and they must put you on their Do Not Call list.
Reduce Telephone Solicitations
To reduce telephone solicitation calls to your home:
  • Register for the National Do Not Call Registry online at donotcall.gov or by phone at 1.888.382.1222 (TTY: 1.866.290.4236). There is no charge to register.
  • In addition to the national list, Louisiana consumers may register their telephone numbers in a “Do Not Call” list published by the Louisiana Public Service Commission. The program is free. For more information or to register, contact the Louisiana Public Service Commission online at www.lpsc.org or call toll-free at 1.877.676.0773.
Services may not be available in all areas. Long distance calls will incur long distance charges.
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Moving Soon?
Don’t forget your AT&T services. To move or order AT&T home phone, high speed internet and digital TV Services, visit att.com/move or call 1.800.MOVE.ATT (1.800.668.3288).
Economic Development in Mississippi
AT&T Mississippi has invested nearly $750 million between 2007 and 2009 in our wireless and wireline networks across the state. Our investments in smart networks are enabling innovation that will enhance economic development and stimulate job growth. We commend Mississippi’s state and local elected officials for their commitment to creating an environment that encourages investment and helps keep our state moving forward.
Back To Top
Don’t be a victim. Protect yourself
Improve Online Security
  • Use passwords with at least eight characters and include numbers or symbols. Get anti-virus software that updates automatically and install a firewall.
  • If you receive an unexpected email from a company you do business with, don’t click on the link provided. Instead, contact the company directly by phone or through its regular web address.
  • Don’t give out your email address without knowing how it will be used, and don’t open an email attachment unless you are expecting it.
Manage Telephone Security
  • Slamming is when your telecommunications provider is changed without your authorization. If you receive a phone call asking you to switch your phone service, and you are not interested in switching, just say, “No.” Be cautious when filling out sweepstakes entry forms. You may unknowingly authorize a change in your phone service.
  • To verify your long distance and local toll providers, dial the following numbers from your telephone (some providers do not have recorded information):
    • Call 1.700.555.4141 to verify long distance provider.
    • Call 1.your local area code.700.4141 to verify local toll provider.
  • Caller ID and Call Waiting ID services deliver the name and number of a caller to a display unit or screen phone allowing you to decide whether or not you want to take the call. AT&T offers phones with the latest features to work with these services. To order services or phones, or for more information, go to att.com or call 1.800.288.2020.
Protect Your Calling Card Number
  • No one from any telephone company or regulatory agency will ever call you to request your calling card number or ask that you accept charges on their behalf. Shield your calling card number when keying it into a pay phone, and speak softly if you give the number verbally.
Review Phone Bills Carefully
  • To reduce the risk of cramming – being billed for unauthorized non-AT&T charges on your AT&T bill – you may request a “third-party bill block” at no charge by calling 1.800.288.2020. The bill block will not block long distance charges.
  • Be sure you know the charge in advance for calling 800 and 900 numbers. Not all 800 numbers are toll-free. For more information on toll-free, 800 and 900 numbers, visit att.com/areacodes and select Frequently Asked Questions in the General Area Code Information section.
  • You can access up to the last thirteen months of your phone bill at att.com/pay. If you see unfamiliar charges on your bill, call the tollfree number listed on the page where the charge appears on your bill.
Get Advice or Report Suspected Fraud
  • The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) offers information on consumer fraud issues; visit ftc.gov or call toll-free at 1.877.FTC.HELP (1.877.382.4357); TTY: 1.866.653.4261
  • For information on reporting suspected fraud, visit the National Consumers League’s (NCL) National Fraud Information Center at fraud.org. For consumer advice, check out NCL’s Web site at nclnet.org.
Manage Telemarketing Calls
  • Don’t believe unrealistic promises, act on impulse or pay a fee to collect something you’ve won. And never give a caller personal or financial information, such as a Social Security number, credit card or bank account numbers. Under federal law, you can tell a telemarketer not to call again and they must put you on their Do Not Call list.
Reduce Telephone Solicitations
To reduce telephone solicitation calls to your home:
  • Register for the National Do Not Call Registry online at donotcall.gov or by phone at 1.888.382.1222 (TTY: 1.866.290.4236). There is no charge to register.
  • In addition to the national list, Mississippi consumers may register their telephone numbers in a “Do Not Call” list published by the Mississippi Public Service Commission. The program is free. For more information or to register, contact the Mississippi Public Service Commission online at psc.state.ms.us or call toll-free at 1.866.622.5567.
Services may not be available in all areas. Long distance calls will incur long distance charges.
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Moving Soon?
Don’t forget your AT&T services. To move or order AT&T home phone, high speed internet and digital TV Services, visit att.com/move or call 1.800.MOVE.ATT (1.800.668.3288).
Economic Development in North Carolina
AT&T North Carolina invested nearly $1.2 billion between 2007and 2009 in our wireless and wireline networks across the state. Our investments in smart networks are enabling innovation that will enhance economic development and stimulate job growth. We commend North Carolina’s state and local elected officials for their commitment to creating an environment that encourages investment and helps keep our state moving forward.
Did you know that assistance may be available for your home telephone bill?
Lifeline can reduce your monthly service charges, and Link-Up can discount the service connection charges to establish new service. You may be eligible for Lineline and Link-Up if you or a household member participates in programs such as Medicaid, Food Stamps or Supplemental Security Income (SSI), to name a few.
For more information, visit the Lifeline/Link-Up Web site at www.lifelinesupport.org and select the state where you live. Or you may call your AT&T customer support center at 1.800.288.2020 to ask about Lifeline.
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Don’t be a victim. Protect yourself
Improve Online Security
  • Use passwords with at least eight characters and include numbers or symbols. Get anti-virus software that updates automatically and install a firewall.
  • If you receive an unexpected email from a company you do business with, don’t click on the link provided. Instead, contact the company directly by phone or through its regular web address.
  • Don’t give out your email address without knowing how it will be used, and don’t open an email attachment unless you are expecting it.
Manage Telephone Security
  • Slamming is when your telecommunications provider is changed without your authorization. If you receive a phone call asking you to switch your phone service, and you are not interested in switching, just say, “No.” Be cautious when filling out sweepstakes entry forms. You may unknowingly authorize a change in your phone service.
  • To verify your long distance and local toll providers, dial the following numbers from your telephone (some providers do not have recorded information):
    • Call 1.700.555.4141 to verify long distance provider.
    • Call 1.your local area code.700.4141 to verify local toll provider.
  • Caller ID and Call Waiting ID services deliver the name and number of a caller to a display unit or screen phone allowing you to decide whether or not you want to take the call. AT&T offers phones with the latest features to work with these services. To order services or phones, or for more information, go to att.com or call 1.800.288.2020.
  • Protect your privacy by using Per-Call Blocking (automatically available) or Per-Line Blocking (available upon request) free-of-charge. Blocking prevents your name and telephone number from being delivered when you place a call to someone who subscribes to a Caller ID service. However, if you call someone who subscribes to Anonymous Call Blocking or Privacy ManagerSM services, you may have to allow delivery of your calling name and number to complete the call. To order or for more information on blocking options go to att.com or call 1.800.288.2020.
Protect Your Calling Card Number
  • No one from any telephone company or regulatory agency will ever call you to request your calling card number or ask that you accept charges on their behalf. Shield your calling card number when keying it into a pay phone, and speak softly if you give the number verbally.
Review Phone Bills Carefully
  • To reduce the risk of cramming – being billed for unauthorized non-AT&T charges on your AT&T bill – you may request a “third-party bill block” at no charge by calling 1.800.288.2020. The bill block will not block long distance charges.
  • Be sure you know the charge in advance for calling 800 and 900 numbers. Not all 800 numbers are toll-free. For more information on toll-free, 800 and 900 numbers, visit att.com/areacodes and select Frequently Asked Questions in the General Area Code Information section.
  • You can access up to the last thirteen months of your phone bill at att.com/pay. If you see unfamiliar charges on your bill, call the tollfree number listed on the page where the charge appears on your bill.
Get Advice or Report Suspected Fraud
  • The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) offers information on consumer fraud issues; visit ftc.gov or call toll-free at 1.877.FTC.HELP (1.877.382.4357); TTY: 1.866.653.4261
  • For information on reporting suspected fraud, visit the National Consumers League’s (NCL) National Fraud Information Center at fraud.org. For consumer advice, check out NCL’s Web site at nclnet.org.
Manage Telemarketing Calls
  • Don’t believe unrealistic promises, act on impulse or pay a fee to collect something you’ve won. And never give a caller personal or financial information, such as a Social Security number, credit card or bank account numbers. Under federal law, you can tell a telemarketer not to call again and they must put you on their Do Not Call list.
Reduce Telephone Solicitations
To reduce telephone solicitation calls to your home:
  • Residential customers who wish to reduce the number of telemarketing calls they receive may add their telephone numbers to the National Do Not Call Registry at no cost. After one month, customers on the Registry should experience a reduction in unwanted calls. To register your home or mobile phone number, go online at donotcall.gov or call 1.888.382.1222 (TTY: 1.866.290.4236) from the phone you wish to register. For more information or to file a complaint with Attorney General Roy Cooper, go to NCDOJ.gov or call 1.877.5.NOSCAM (1.877.566.7226).
Services may not be available in all areas. Long distance calls will incur long distance charges.
Moving Soon?
Don’t forget your AT&T services. To move or order AT&T home phone, high speed internet and digital TV Services, visit att.com/move or call 1.800.MOVE.ATT (1.800.668.3288).
South Carolina Launches 511 Traffic Information Service
The South Carolina Department of Transportation this fall launches SC 511, a new statewide phone service providing real-time traffic and travel information to motorists traveling on South Carolina interstates and in the Myrtle Beach and Beaufort areas.
“We are excited to offer this service and believe it will be a great benefit not only for our residents but also for the millions of tourists who love to visit South Carolina each year,” said South Carolina Secretary of Transportation, H.B. Limehouse, Jr., “With this new system in operation, South Carolina joins many other states in the Southeast and across the country in offering a 511 service to motorists.”
The free service provides statewide traffic conditions, routespecific information, and details on road or lane closures 24/7. Callers connect by dialing 5.1.1 from a landline or mobile phone.
SC 511 has launched a companion Web site at www.sc511.org and a toll-free number for callers outside the state, 1.877.511.INSC (4672).
Economic Development in South Carolina
AT&T Kentucky has invested nearly $500 million between 2007 and 2009 in our wireless and wireline networks across the commonwealth. Our investments in smart networks are enabling the innovation of today and tomorrow that will enhance economic development and stimulate job growth. We commend the work of state legislative and regulatory leaders for all that they do to create an environment that encourages investment. And we encourage them to promote policies that keep Kentucky moving forward.
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Don’t be a victim. Protect yourself
Improve Online Security
  • Use passwords with at least eight characters and include numbers or symbols. Get anti-virus software that updates automatically and install a firewall.
  • If you receive an unexpected email from a company you do business with, don’t click on the link provided. Instead, contact the company directly by phone or through its regular web address.
  • Don’t give out your email address without knowing how it will be used, and don’t open an email attachment unless you are expecting it.
Manage Telephone Security
  • Slamming is when your telecommunications provider is changed without your authorization. If you receive a phone call asking you to switch your phone service, and you are not interested in switching, just say, “No.” Be cautious when filling out sweepstakes entry forms. You may unknowingly authorize a change in your phone service.
  • To verify your long distance and local toll providers, dial the following numbers from your telephone (some providers do not have recorded information):
    • Call 1.700.555.4141 to verify long distance provider.
    • Call 1.your local area code.700.4141 to verify local toll provider.
  • Caller ID and Call Waiting ID services deliver the name and number of a caller to a display unit or screen phone allowing you to decide whether or not you want to take the call. AT&T offers phones with the latest features to work with these services. To order services or phones, or for more information, go to att.com or call 1.800.288.2020.
Protect Your Calling Card Number
  • No one from any telephone company or regulatory agency will ever call you to request your calling card number or ask that you accept charges on their behalf. Shield your calling card number when keying it into a pay phone, and speak softly if you give the number verbally.
Review Phone Bills Carefully
  • To reduce the risk of cramming – being billed for unauthorized non-AT&T charges on your AT&T bill – you may request a “third-party bill block” at no charge by calling 1.800.288.2020. The bill block will not block long distance charges.
  • Be sure you know the charge in advance for calling 800 and 900 numbers. Not all 800 numbers are toll-free. For more information on toll-free, 800 and 900 numbers, visit att.com/areacodes and select Frequently Asked Questions in the General Area Code Information section.
  • You can access up to the last thirteen months of your phone bill at att.com/pay. If you see unfamiliar charges on your bill, call the tollfree number listed on the page where the charge appears on your bill.
Get Advice or Report Suspected Fraud
  • The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) offers information on consumer fraud issues; visit ftc.gov or call toll-free at 1.877.FTC.HELP (1.877.382.4357); TTY: 1.866.653.4261
  • For information on reporting suspected fraud, visit the National Consumers League’s (NCL) National Fraud Information Center at fraud.org. For consumer advice, check out NCL’s Web site at nclnet.org.
  • For South Carolina specific information, visit the South Carolina Department of Consumer Affairs at www.scconsumer.gov or call toll-free at 1.800.922.1594. Established by the SC Consumer Protection code in 1974, the South Carolina Department of Consumer Affairs represents the interests of South Carolina Consumers.
Manage Telemarketing Calls
  • Don’t believe unrealistic promises, act on impulse or pay a fee to collect something you’ve won. And never give a caller personal or financial information, such as a Social Security number, credit card or bank account numbers. Under federal law, you can tell a telemarketer not to call again and they must put you on their Do Not Call list.
Reduce Telephone Solicitations
To reduce telephone solicitation calls to your home:
  • Register for the National Do Not Call Registry online at donotcall.gov or by phone at 1.888.382.1222 (TTY: 1.866.290.4236). There is no charge to register.
Services may not be available in all areas. Long distance calls will incur long distance charges.
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Moving Soon?
Don’t forget your AT&T services. To move or order AT&T home phone, high speed internet and digital TV Services, visit att.com/move or call 1.800.MOVE.ATT (1.800.668.3288).
Economic Development in Tennessee
AT&T Tennessee invested more than $1 billion from 2007 through 2009 in our wireless and wireline networks. This year, we’ve been upgrading 525 cell sites to 3G while adding 20 new sites across the state. Investments like these enable innovation that will broaden economic development and stimulate job growth. That investment also creates revenue equaling more than $326.3 million in local and state taxes that support vital programs throughout Tennessee. We applaud Tennessee’s state and local elected officials for their commitment to creating an environment that encourages investment and keeps Tennessee moving forward.
Giving Back in Tennessee
AT&T Tennessee employs more than 5,700 highly-skilled workers, which we see as our greatest asset. Not only do these employees work hard to make AT&T the premier communications company in the world, they – along with thousands of retirees – give back to the communities in which they live. Annually, these AT&T employees and retirees contribute nearly $5 million in donations and volunteer hours to enhance the quality of life in Tennessee.
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Don’t be a victim. Protect yourself
Improve Online Security
  • Use passwords with at least eight characters and include numbers or symbols. Get anti-virus software that updates automatically and install a firewall.
  • If you receive an unexpected email from a company you do business with, don’t click on the link provided. Instead, contact the company directly by phone or through its regular web address.
  • Don’t give out your email address without knowing how it will be used, and don’t open an email attachment unless you are expecting it.
Manage Telephone Security
  • Slamming is when your telecommunications provider is changed without your authorization. If you receive a phone call asking you to switch your phone service, and you are not interested in switching, just say, “No.” Be cautious when filling out sweepstakes entry forms. You may unknowingly authorize a change in your phone service.
  • To verify your long distance and local toll providers, dial the following numbers from your telephone (some providers do not have recorded information):
    • Call 1.700.555.4141 to verify long distance provider.
    • Call 1.your local area code.700.4141 to verify local toll provider.
  • Caller ID and Call Waiting ID services deliver the name and number of a caller to a display unit or screen phone allowing you to decide whether or not you want to take the call. AT&T offers phones with the latest features to work with these services. To order services or phones, or for more information, go to att.com or call 1.800.288.2020.
Protect Your Calling Card Number
  • No one from any telephone company or regulatory agency will ever call you to request your calling card number or ask that you accept charges on their behalf. Shield your calling card number when keying it into a pay phone, and speak softly if you give the number verbally.
Review Phone Bills Carefully
  • To reduce the risk of cramming – being billed for unauthorized non-AT&T charges on your AT&T bill – you may request a “third-party bill block” at no charge by calling 1.800.288.2020. The bill block will not block long distance charges.
  • Be sure you know the charge in advance for calling 800 and 900 numbers. Not all 800 numbers are toll-free. For more information on toll-free, 800 and 900 numbers, visit att.com/areacodes and select Frequently Asked Questions in the General Area Code Information section.
  • You can access up to the last thirteen months of your phone bill at att.com/pay. If you see unfamiliar charges on your bill, call the tollfree number listed on the page where the charge appears on your bill.
Get Advice or Report Suspected Fraud
  • The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) offers information on consumer fraud issues; visit ftc.gov or call toll-free at 1.877.FTC.HELP (1.877.382.4357); TTY: 1.866.653.4261
  • For information on reporting suspected fraud, visit the National Consumers League’s (NCL) National Fraud Information Center at fraud.org. For consumer advice, check out NCL’s Web site at nclnet.org.
Manage Telemarketing Calls
  • Don’t believe unrealistic promises, act on impulse or pay a fee to collect something you’ve won. And never give a caller personal or financial information, such as a Social Security number, credit card or bank account numbers. Under federal law, you can tell a telemarketer not to call again and they must put you on their Do Not Call list.
Reduce Telephone Solicitations
To reduce telephone solicitation calls to your home:
  • Register for the National Do Not Call Registry online at donotcall.gov or by phone at 1.888.382.1222 (TTY: 1.866.290.4236). There is no charge to register.
  • In addition to the national list, Tennessee consumers may register their telephone numbers in a “Do Not Call” list published by the Tennessee Regulatory Authority. The program is free. For more information or to register, contact the Tennessee Regulatory Authority online at state.tn.us/tra or call toll-free at 1.800.342.8359.
Services may not be available in all areas. Long distance calls will incur long distance charges.
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¿Se está por mudar?
No se olvide de sus servicios de AT&T. Para trasladar o pedir el servicio telefónico residencial de AT&T, Internet de alta velocidad y servicio de TV digital, visite att.com/tumudanza o llame al 1.800.MOVE.ATT (1.800.668.3288).
AT&T Florida ha invertido cerca de
$2.8 mil millones entre 2007 y 2009 en sus redes de servicio móvil y fijo por todo el estado. Las inversiones de la compañía en redes inteligentes permiten la innovación, la cual contribuirá al desarrollo económico y promoverá el aumento del trabajo. AT&T agradece a las autoridades locales y estatales electas en el estado de Florida por su compromiso con la promoción de condiciones que favorezcan la inversión y el crecimiento del estado.
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No se convierta en una víctima. Protéjase.
Mejore la seguridad por Internet
  • Utilice contraseñas que contengan ocho caracteres como mínimo e incluya números o símbolos. Obtenga un antivirus que se actualice automáticamente e instale una barrera de seguridad.
  • Si recibe un mensaje de correo electrónico inesperado de parte de una empresa con la cual haga negocios, no seleccione el enlace adjunto, sino que debe comunicarse directamente con la empresa por teléfono o a través de la dirección de Internet habitual.
  • • No comparta su dirección de correo electrónico sin saber cómo se utilizará y no abra un adjunto de correo electrónico a menos que lo estuviera esperando.
Administre las opciones de seguridad telefónica
  • Slamminges el cambio de proveedor de telecomunicaciones sin la autorización del usuario. Si recibe una llamada en la cual se le solicita el cambio del servicio de telefonía y usted no está interesado en hacerlo, simplemente diga “No”. Tenga cuidado uando llene formularios para participar en sorteos. Sin saberlo, puede estar autorizando un cambio en su servicio de teléfono.
  • Para corroborar los proveedores de servicio local y de larga distancia, marque los siguientes números desde su teléfono (algunos proveedores no tienen información grabada):
    • Para verificar el proveedor de larga distancia, llamar al 1.700.555.4141
    • Para verificar el proveedor de llamadas locales con cargo, llamar al 1.código de área.700.4141
  • Los servicios del identificador de llamadas y del identificador de llamada en esperamuestran el nombre y el número de la persona que llama en una unidad con pantalla o en un teléfono con pantalla para que usted decida fácilmente si atiende o no la llamada. AT&T ofrece teléfonos con las funciones más modernas compatibles con estos servicios. Para solicitar servicios o teléfonos, o para obtener más información, visite att.com o llame al 1.800.288.2020.
Proteja su número de tarjeta telefónica
  • Ninguna persona de la compañía telefónica ni agencia reglamentaria lo llamará para solicitarle su número de tarjeta telefónica ni para preguntarle si acepta cargos en su nombre. Proteja el número de la tarjeta telefónica al ingresarlo en un teléfono público y hable en voz baja al dárselo a alguien verbalmente.
Controle las facturas de teléfono detenidamente
  • Para reducir el riesgo de cramming, es decir, la facturación de cargos no autorizados que no corresponden a AT&T en la factura de la compañía, puede solicitar un “bloqueo de la factura para terceros” sin cargo al llamar al 1.800.288.2020. Este bloqueo de la factura no se aplicará a los cargos de larga distancia.
  • Asegúrese de saber el cargo por llamadas a números 800 y 900 antes de realizarlas. No todos los números 800 son sin cargo. Para obtener más información sobre los números 800, 900 y sin cargo, visite att.com/areacodes (en inglés) y seleccione Frequently Asked Questions” (preguntas frecuentes) en la sección “General Area Code Information” (información general de códigos de área).
  • Visite att.com/pay (en inglés) para consultar hasta los últimos trece meses de su factura telefónica. Si observa cargos inusuales en su factura, llame al número sin cargo que aparece en la página de la factura donde figura el cargo.
Solicite asesoramiento o denuncie presuntos fraudes
  • La Comisión Federal de Comercio (FTC) ofrece información sobre el fraude al consumidor. Visite ftc.gov o llame sin cargo al 1.877.FTC.HELP (1.877.382.4357); teletipo: 1.866.653.4261.
  • Para consultar cómo denunciar sospechas de fraude, visite fraud.org, el sitio web del centro nacional de información sobre fraudes de National Consumers League (NCL, por su sigla en inglés). Consulte el sitio web de NCL en nclnet.org para obtener asesoramiento al consumidor.
Controle las llamadas de ventas
  • No crea en promesas poco realistas, no actúe en forma compulsiva ni pague una cuota para recibir algo que ganó. Tampoco le proporcione a una persona que llama información personal o financiera, tal como su número de Seguro Social, tarjeta de crédito o números de cuenta bancaria. En virtud de la ley federal, usted puede decirle a una persona que hace ventas por teléfono que no vuelva a llamar y que debe incluirlo en su lista de “no llamar”.
Reduzca las llamadas de ventas
Para reducir las llamadas de ventas en su casa:
  • Inscríbase en el Registro Nacional “No Llame” por Internet en donotcall.gov o por teléfono al 1.888.382.1222 (teletipo: 1.866.290.4236). Inscribirse es gratis.
  • Además de la lista a nivel nacional, los consumidores de Florida pueden registrar sus números de teléfono en una lista “No Sales Solicitation Calls” (Lista de llamadas de venta telefónica prohibidas) que publica el Departamento de Agricultura y Servicios al Consumidor de Florida. Se cobra una cuota inicial de $10.00 el primer año de servicio y $5.00 por cada año subsiguiente. Para obtener más información, visitar 800helpfla.com/nosales.html (en inglés), llamar gratis al 1.800.HELP.FLA (1.800.435.7352), o bien escribir a:
    Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
    Attn: Do Not Call List
    P. O. Box 6700
    Tallahassee, FL 32399-6700
Es posible que los servicios no se ofrezcan en todas las áreas. Se cobrarán los cargos correspondientes para las llamadas de larga distancia. Algunos sitios web están sólo en inglés.
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