AT&T Mark the Spot
By AT&T Services, Inc.
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AT&T Mark the Spot is an application that allows AT&T to collect information on its customers network experiences and the performance of their devices and provide updates on enhancements to the AT&T network, addressing users Mark the Spot submissions
- Simplicity of operation
- Submit a report of call, data, or SMS problems
- Push notification support - Receive updates on network enhancements from AT&T for issues that customer has submitted (when these news items become available)
- Submit a real time report capturing local GPS coordinates at time and place of event, or
- Submit a report after the fact when a customer is not at the place where the event occurred
- Submit optional additional comments about an event
- View nearby and user searchable AT&T Wi-Fi locations, including driving directions
- Sign up to receive news on upcoming and completed network updates related to submitted Mark the Spot reports (when these news items become available)
AT&T is committed to providing its customers with the best network experience possible.
To view the End User License Agreement for AT&T Mark the Spot click here: www.wireless.att.com/learn/articles-resources/wireless-legal-features.jsp
What's New in Version 6.0.5
The latest iOS version of Mark the Spot has integrated a way to collect mobile calls! When you get a mobile robocall or unwanted spam call, simply select that option from the front page, copy the number from your recent calls, and paste the number into the comments field.
Same old, same old
I do think AT&T actually listens to the feedback from the app (eventually) but the app needs some serious refresh. For example all of the (few) tips it provides are really dated. iOS 4??? Come on.
Not sure it does anything and could be better
Not sure if reporting problems on this actually does anything.
Also, it would be nice if the robocall reporting would allow you select from recent calls instead of copy and paste.
Cached red pins bug--submissions never sent.
I see a lot of red pins, it says items have been cached and will be reported when there's coverage. Now, I'm home, on Wifi. There's coverage but still it says they're cached. Seems like it's a bug.
I have about 10 red pins from places that lack coverage in my area. They're cached, but they haven't been sent!!! That's useless. It must be a bug. PLEASE fix.
Add a button to send all cached pins.
Errr...still no update to this even after last two updates.
- Category: Utilities
- Updated: Oct 24, 2016
- Version: 6.0.5
- Size: 7.1 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: AT&T Services, Inc.
- © 2012 AT&T Intellectual Property, Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.