How do I file a lawsuit against AT&T?

How do I file a lawsuit against AT&T?

Submit a Notice of Dispute to AT&T's Legal Department. You may submit a Notice of Dispute online at att.com/noticeofdispute. Or you may print a Notice of Dispute (PDF, 181KB) and mail it to us at Manager—Dispute Resolution and Arbitration, AT&T, 1025 Lenox Park Blvd., Atlanta, GA 30319.

Does AT&T affect your credit?

When AT&T Collections contacts you, it can damage your credit score for years and result in a string of unwanted phone calls and letters. While your first instinct might be to pick up the phone and make a payment, hold that thought. Because simply paying your debt won't do your credit any good.

Does AT&T offer senior discounts?

Seniors subscribed to AT&T can also get a 10% discount on any of the carrier's plans through their AARP membership. That discount would reduce the price of AT&T's cheapest unlimited data plan to $63 per month for one line, $112.50 per month for two lines instead of $70, and $125 per month for regular subscribers.

How long can I go without paying my AT&T bill?

AT&T Wireless – Similar to other carriers when bills go unpaid, AT&T allows customers a brief grace period of up to 60 days to secure their finances and pay their mobile phone bill before shutting off service. During this time, however, monthly balances pile up and late fees are added.