New and existing AT&T customers may check the status of their rewards by visiting the AT&T Rewards Center. To find out what awards you qualify for and the status of your rewards, you need to know which AT&T services you have and your 9-digit billing account number. In order to be eligible for rewards, you must have an active account and maintain service for at least 30 days after activation. It may take three to four weeks for your rewards information to appear in the AT&T Rewards Center. Checking the status of your AT&T Rewards only takes a few minutes online.Know More
Open a browser on your computer and navigate to AT&T's Rewards Center website.
Click on "Get Your Rewards" at the top of the page.
Select the services you currently have with AT&T and click "Go."
Enter your 9-digit AT&T account number in the appropriate box and click "Go." You can find your account number on your bill.
Select "Check Status" to the right of the status box to view the status of specific AT&T rewards.
Customers can check the status of an AT&T online order on the "Wireless Order Status" page of the AT&T website. Those who possess AT&T online accounts can log in to view the order status while others can search for orders using the wireless number for the device purchased, the order number, the order confirmation number, the home or work phone number given at time of purchase or the account number. The page also has an option for new customers to register for their AT&T online accounts.Full Answer >
AT&T customers who wish to dispute charges or file any other type of complaint need to send the company a written notice of dispute by certified mail. They also have to complete two forms.Full Answer >
Having an AT&T myWireless account allows AT&T customers to manage their account features, monitor usage, shop for AT&T products, pay their bills, make payment arrangements and access customer support 24 hours a day. AT&T also offers a free myAT&T app for users to download to their smartphones.Full Answer >
The Apple iPhone 4 debuted on June 7, 2010 with an original price of $199 for the 16-gigabyte version and $299 for the 32-gigabyte version for new and existing AT&T customers. Without a contract, the 16-gigabyte version was $599 and the 32-gigabyte version was $699.Full Answer >