Tell AT&T: “Finish the job” on robocall blocking
AT&T is making slow progress to implement robocall blocking for its customers. Tell AT&T’s CEO to step it up and make robocall blocking a priority.
Your campaign to End Robocalls has caught fire, and phone companies are paying attention. Because of you and the half-million consumers who joined our EndRobocalls.org campaign, AT&T has started to make it easier for some of their customers to access robocall-blocking tools.
But we know that’s not enough. We need AT&T to set the gold standard and provide 100% of its customers with free and effective tools to block robocalls.
Join Consumers Union and 600,000+ other customers in telling AT&T’s CEO, Randall Stephenson: “Thanks for taking steps to block robocalls. It’s time to finish the job!”
Even if AT&T isn’t your primary phone provider, they’re an industry leader with millions of customers nationwide. Pushing them to act could create a domino effect that leads to action by your phone provider.
While providers like Time Warner Cable have started offering free call-blocking tools to all of their voice customers, Randall Stephenson, CEO of AT&T, has been happy to let his customers deal with the headache.
Together, we have over 600,000 voices that AT&T can’t ignore. Join us.
Thanks for everything you do.
Tim Marvin, EndRobocalls.org
Consumers Union, Policy and Action from Consumer Reports