AT&T Wireless block international calls is no longer possible via web. Only by calling operator.
When can a user easily via web or cellphone, be able to disable international calls when traveling abroad? this will help users avoid unwanted international charges.
Users cannot easely avoid unwanted international overcharges now since AT&T has recently removed the option to disable international calling via web. The only way to do it is by calling an operator; a slow process that involves waiting on the phone for the next available person. But if you are already abroad, sometimes cell networks don't have the same type of network for your phone, and making a call to the USA is difficult. What does AT&T expects from its clients in those very common situations?
Before, although very cumbersome, you could disable international calls through the web ( https://www.att.com/my/#/login ). Now this can no longer be done.
If you do a simple search in this forum you can see how many people get unwanted overcharges for international calling and take the time to write here and complain about it.
I could only imagine how many more are unsatisfied about hundreds of dollars in overcharges but don't have the time to come here and complain.
If so many people complain about unwanted international charges, and AT&T still takes the time to remove an option that helps avoid it, what are we the clients suppose to do?
how are we suppose to feel about AT&T wireless when they keep creating traps to charge users extra unwanted fees?