Where Is AT&T Corporate Office Headquarters

AT&T Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 208 S Akard St, Dallas, TX 75202, United States
  • Phone Number: +1 210-821-4105
  • Email: Click Here
  • Number of Employees: 273,210
  • Established: October 5, 1982
  • Founder: Bell Telephone Company
  • Key People: Randall L. Stephenson, John Stankey

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AT&T Headquarters List

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Country

Address

1

United States

308 S Akard St Ste. 100, Dallas, TX 75202, United States

2

Canada

55 Commerce Valley Dr W, Thornhill, ON L3T 7V9, Canada

3

Canada

Place Ville Marie, Suite 400 Montreal, H3B 2E3 Quebec Canada

4

Canada

885 W Georgia St, Vancouver, BC V6C 3E8, Canada

5

Canada

700 17 Ave SW 2nd floor, Suite 260 Calgary, AB T2S 0B7 Canada

6

United Kingdom

80 Victoria St, Westminster, London SW1E 5JL, United Kingdom

7

United Kingdom

Aviator Way, Manchester Business PA Manchester M22 5TG United Kingdom

8

United Kingdom

Ravensbank Drive, North Moons Moat Redditch B98 9AY United Kingdom

9

United Kingdom

Headless Cross Dr, Redditch B97 5EQ, United Kingdom

10

United Kingdom

1527 518181Building 6000, Langstone Rd, Langstone T Havant P09 1SA United Kingdom

11

Germany

Kurfürstendamm 21 10719 Berlin Germany

12

Germany

Düsseldorfer Strasse 13 65760 Eschborn (near Frankfurt) Germany

13

Germany

Willy-Brandt-Platz 3 81829 Munich Germany

14

Germany

Kaiserswerther Str 117 40474 Dusseldorf Germany

15

Germany

Hanns-Klemm-Straße 5, 71034 Böblingen, Germany

16

Germany

Flughafenstrasse 52 B 22335 Hamburg Germany

17

France

11 Allée de l’Arche, Courbevoie, France

18

France

400 Promenade des Anglais 400 Prom. des Anglais, Nice, France

19

Italy

Building A2 Via Livorno 60 Torino 10144 Italy

20

Italy

Via Vincenzo Monti 8 Milan 20123, Italy

21

Spain

Calle de López de Hoyos, 35, 28002 Madrid, Spain

22

Sweden

Svetsarvagen 15 2TR Solna 17141 Stockholm Sweden

23

Switzerland

6 Place des Eaux-Vives CH-1208 Geneva SwitzerlandEnter your text here...

24

Switzerland

AT&T GNS Switzerland Rautistrasse 75 8048 Zurich Switzerland

25

Belgium

Medialaan 36, 1800 Vilvoorde, Belgium

26

Nederland

Wilhelmina van Pruisenweg 104, 2595 AN Den Haag, Netherlands

27

Israel

Negev 4 Airport City P.O. Box 276 Ben Gurion Airport 70150 Lod Israel

28

Australia

Level 17, 120 Spencer St Melbourne, VIC 3000 Australia

29

Argentina

Juana Manso 555, 3rd FL, B. Dique IV, Puerto Madero Capital Federal (C1106CBK) Buenos Aires Argentina

30

Austria

Wienerbergstraße 11, 1100 Wien, Austria

31

Brazil

Rua James Joule, 65 – 6 and 7 floors Brooklin, SP 04576-080 Brazil

32

Bulgaria

19A Patriarch Evtimii blv., fl.2 Sofia 1142 Bulgaria

33

Chile

Malaga 89, Piso 7, Las Condes Santiago 6761570 Chile

34

China

Unit 2228, 22nd Floor China World Tower 1 1, Jian Guo Men Wai Avenue Beijing 100004, People’s Republic of China

35

Greece

3a. avenida 13-78 zona 10 Edificio Torre Citibank 8vo. Nivel Guatemala City, Guatemala

AT&T Headquarters Executive Team

Randall L. Stephenson

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

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William A. Blase, Jr.

Senior Executive Vice President – Human Resources

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Interim Senior EVP - External and Legislative Affairs

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Name

Title

David S. Huntley

Senior Executive Vice President & Chief Compliance Officer

Lori Lee

CEO – AT&T Latin America & Global Marketing Officer

David R. McAtee II

Senior Executive Vice President and General Counsel

Angela Santone

Chief Administrative Officer

John Stankey

President and Chief Operating Officer

John J. Stephens

Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

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  • Edward J Boss says:

    Please note that spellcheck changed some abbreviations. NUT should be NY Tell and TAT should be AT&T.
    Ed

     
  • Edward J Boss says:

    To anybody in charge that can help me.

    Who am I? I have been employed by IBM since 1977 and have been an NUT / TAT customer since, that’s 43 years of loyalty.

    I stay with you (TAT) despite having really crappy wireless coverage where I live (internally to TAT we are referred to as the “Morrisville dead-zone”).

    I have tried using the micro-tower and making calls using using wifi but my 6MEG “FastAccess(R)ISL Direct XtremePro” is so bad (I never get the bandwidth I pay for, and I have TAT ISL speed test screenshots to prove it) that to make a call I usually have to go outside, I am a lucky one, most neighbors cannot make calls at all.

    Additionally, the bandwidth is being clobbered with DOS attacks, why in the world is TAT allowing DOS attacks to get through to me? I am getting hit every 2 mins below is just example and when I called support they didn’t know what a DOS attack was and referred me to UVERSE even though I explicitly explained I was on copper ISL. (I have transcript of conversation if needed). Please trust me when I say I have tried to have this situation many many times corrected via ATT help desk and the only consistent response is to “make a lot of complaints”. Now I will be happy to have hundreds of folks file complaints but I am hoping to get this corrected in a civilized manner so I am taking point.

    [admin login] from source 192.168.0.9 Monday, February 10,2020 16:47:28
    [DoS attack: RST Scan] from source: 17.253.7.201:443 Monday, February 10,2020 16:45:05
    [DoS attack: ACK Scan] from source: 17.56.48.13:443 Monday, February 10,2020 16:41:22
    [DoS attack: RST Scan] from source: 18.221.226.186:7070 Monday, February 10,2020 16:40:01
    [DoS attack: RST Scan] from source: 52.5.128.2:443 Monday, February 10,2020 16:38:58

    To be honest if my $100 modem can stop these DOS attacks from getting into my personal home network TAT should be able to keep them from being sent to me.

    I have been told that the existing copper to the house in my neighborhood will support copper SLAV2 and the fiber connection is 1/2 mile away on Morrisville Kw but the electronics in junction box cannot handle the fiber/copper interface, supposedly the box’s are slated to be replaced but who knows when that will ever happen.

    There are over a hundred customers suffering because these boxes are not being upgraded, additionally if someone sells their house the existing ISL port is deactivated and the new owner cannot get ANY ISL service.?? I would really like to know how that is justified, I mean how can you offer ISL to everyone in a subdivision and tell a new owner that ISL in unavailable when previous owner had it?

    Ed Boss, an extremely loyal and a very confused and dissatisfied customer.??

    bossman76@att.net / 919-758-0144
    Please, somebody please get back to me.

     
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