INDIANAPOLIS — A local couple who runs a business from their home says they were unable to access their internet for nearly a month and AT&T was giving them the runaround.
Terri Balon-Bowden runs a graphic arts business and has been unable to do her job without access to the internet. She says they called AT&T for over a month, on a near-daily basis, and could not get any help or answers as to why their service wasn’t working.
She says AT&T came out but kept giving her excuses as to why they couldn’t fix the problem, so the Bowdens reached out to RTV6 for help.
Within hours of receiving a call from RTV6, AT&T crews showed up and the Bowdens had their internet back.
“What a great solution, I’m so thankful for you guys that you finally pushed the panic button,” Balon-Bowden said.
If you’re having trouble reaching somebody through the AT&T customer service line you can also tweet them at @ATTCares. If you’re still unable to get help, you can file a complaint through the Indiana regulatory commission.
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