Directly Call AT&T Landline Retentions

954-626-1263 goes right to level two retentions for AT&T landlines. These are the people that are supposed to dissuade you from dropping service, through credits and price reductions. Like we said said here, don’t just call up and ask for free money. Paint a picture of customer dissatisfaction. Pitch woo. Then see what you can get.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Any chance you meant ‘pitch woe’?

  2. Ben Popken says:

    Nope. Woo.

  3. fluiddruid says:

    No free money? I find your lack of faith… disturbing.

  4. SaveMeJeebus says:

    I’m liking the Darth Vader pictures that accompany AT&T posts. The real challenge is if we can somehow incorporate a kitten or puppy with Lord Vader as well.

  5. B says:

    Do all AT&T retention staffers get to use the Darth Vadar landlines? Cause I might have to apply for a job.

  6. ElizabethD says:

    I hope there is heavy breathing on the other end of that line.

  7. humphrmi says:

    What if I already pitched my copy of Woo? [en.wikipedia.org] That film was terrible, I couldn’t possibly be expected to keep it around until I need to call AT&T.

    Anyway, this is great, I have a “package” deal I got from Ameritech or SBC or one of the predecessors back when land line service mattered, now that I get cheaper service from my cell phone provider, I want to chop that price down but keep the perks. Cool!

  8. CumaeanSibyl says:

    @Ben Popken: I don’t know how much help sexing up the phone rep would be, honestly.

  9. brooks says:

    Just wanted to drop a note and mention that I used this today and it worked like a charm. The woman I spoke to was very helpful and understanding. They even gave me a credit!