4 Misconceptions About AT&T’s Wireless Service

The most important thing you should know about AT&T’s Wireless Service is that we sell it!

Did you not know that we offer AT&T’s wireless service? Well, to be technically correct, our Signal Connect division offers it. That’s because Signal Connect is an AT&T Preferred Dealer, and the team hears people’s misconceptions about this service. They’ve asked for the blog team’s help in clearing them up. So, here are four things you might have wrong about AT&T’s wireless services:

1. “AT&T Wireless” is not a Thing… Anymore

AT&T Wireless was a company that existed in the 2000s. It later was known as Cingular and was acquired by AT&T as part of a consolidation plan. That ended up bringing a lot of former AT&T divisions back into the fold. Today, the corporation’s name is AT&T, and it offers a wireless service. While this might seem like an exercise in semantics, it’s important to AT&T so it’s important to us.

2. It’s Not Expensive to Switch Carriers

It doesn’t cost a lot to switch carriers and you don’t have to give up your current phone. In most cases, you can use the phone you have, and your Signal Connect rep will send you a new SIM card that will instantly transfer your service and number. Yes, it’s that easy when you work with us!

3. You Don’t Have to Go to a Phone Store

We understand if you don’t want to spend time in one of these stores. We all know about the creepy-crawly invisible threats out there but we won’t say any more about that. (We’re not that kind of blog.) Signal Connect can handle everything over the phone and, they offer better customer service than you’ll get at a phone store. The only thing you can’t do is touch dummy phones; but, let’s be honest, you probably wouldn’t want to do that in 2020 anyway!

4. Signal Connect is Your Source for AT&T Wireless Service

Yes, I mentioned that earlier, but I promised four misconceptions and I aim to deliver. We always get a chuckle when people are surprised that we provide these offerings. Why? Because Signal Connect division is an AT&T Preferred Dealer. That means they’re experts in pretty much everything the communications giant has to offer. That includes AT&T TV and AT&T residential internet, but we’ll tell you about those services in future blog posts. (Stay tuned!)

Do You Want AT&T’s Wireless Services?

Are you thinking about getting AT&T’s wireless services? The best advice we can give you is to call Signal Connect. If you’re worried about it being a sales call, don’t. Signal Connect rep Matt Nelson is happy to answer any questions you have.

You can call Matt at 248-675-8698. If you’re reading this after our regular business hours, just fill out the form below and send it our way. He’ll reach out to you to schedule a call.

About the Author

Jake Buckler
Jake Buckler is a cord-cutter, consumer electronics geek, and Celtic folk music fan. Those qualities, and his writing experience, helped him land a copywriting gig at Signal Group, LLC. He also contributes to The Solid Signal Blog.