The FCC mandates that no person may operate a device that emits radio signals if it interferes with a licensed user of the radio spectrum. AT&T Mobility has a legal obligation to operate its network under the rules and regulations set by the FCC. Consumer Signal Booster Registration
The FCC issued a new order allowing customer to use signal boosters connected to wireless networks. Customers that own and operate a signal booster are required to meet the new FCC requirements. To learn more, visit Consumer Signal Booster Registration
.AT&T Interference Resolution process
Our engineers use cell site data to track the source of the interference to a particular location. Once the interference location is found, an AT&T engineer may visit your home or place of business. The engineer will troubleshoot the device emitting the interference and try to provide a solution. You can identify an AT&T RF Maintenance engineer by:
- AT&T company vehicle
- AT&T uniform
- AT&T identification badge
Our engineers will always identify themselves and ask for consent before entering your property. They will always provide proper identification.
If we miss you our engineer will leave a hang tag on your door with our contact information to reschedule at your earliest convenience.