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Hi! This is litzdog911 with some exciting news! I'm a long time DIRECTV customer and volunteer "TechKnow Guide" at the DIRECTV support forum, DBSTalk, and several other forums. So when I say it’s exciting – it is! Soon, the great content we have here in the classic DIRECTV forum will be moved to the DIRECTV section of the AT&T Community Forums. I’ve been helping over there as a super user ACE for the past few months and have already experienced significant advantages over our original DIRECTV forum:
- More company involvement and faster response, especially for help with account and billing-related questions
- Broader range of forum communities, including AT&T Wireless support
- Ability to embed images within your posts (finally!)
- Customized home page to quickly access your favorite forums
- Weekly "Friday Fix" blog highlights technology trends, new products, and more
- Smarter search engine!
The AT&T Community Forums is up and running, so I encourage you to start using it now. Watch for more information in the next few weeks! I look forward to seeing our regular contributors helping customers there!
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