AT&T Customer Struggles To Get Answers After He Was Billed $1,500 For Phone He ReturnedA Pilsen man followed AT&T’s instructions to return a $1,200 phone he had bought, but later received a bill for more than $1,500.
AT&T Completes Acquisition Of Time WarnerAT&T and Time Warner have completed their merger, one of the biggest media deals ever, just two days after a federal judge approved the combination over objections by the Trump Justice Department that it would hurt consumers and competition.
AT&T Cuts Ribbon On New Call Center In Horner ParkThe telecommunications giant already has hired 300 people, and plans to hire 200 more by the end of the year.
West Chicago Police Seek Public's Help In Finding Masked Armed Robbery SuspectsWest Chicago police are asking for the public's help in tracking down three men who robbed a store at gunpoint on Monday night.
Opposition Arises Against 2 Proposals Allowing AT&T To Stop Landline ServiceThe Citizens Utility Board, AARP and the Illinois Public Interest Research Group are teaming up in opposition to proposed legislation in the Illinois General Assembly to would let AT&T get rid of traditional landline phones.
$11,000 Reward Offered In Shooting Of AT&T Worker In BerwynHoping to find the person who shot an AT&T worker after a robbery in west suburban Berwyn last week, the company and a community activist have announced $11,000 in combined reward money for information leading to an arrest.
AT&T Buying HBO And CNN Owner Time Warner For $85.4 BillionThe merger combines a telecom giant that owns a leading cellphone business, DirecTV and internet service with the company behind some of the world's most popular entertainment.
AT&T Launches New Program To Help Parents, Kids Deal With CyberbullyingAT&T’s new “Digital You” program aims to instruct people how to avoid trolls and bullies online.
Chicago Suburbs Target For Super High-Speed InternetCustomers seeking super-fast Internet download speed are in for a treat, although a pricey one.
The Internet May Change Drastically, Especially For ChicagoansThe FCC just passed new regulations that could drastically change America's Internet speeds and pricing -- especially for Chicago.
AT&T Donates $1.1 Million To Chicago Youth ProgramsCorporate dollars are hitting the streets for hundreds of young people getting a hand back onto the straight and narrow, reports WBBM’s John Cody.