Best Number to Call for ATT Loyalty Dept

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  1. SuperTech2131

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    After act # cancel, services, moving. Gets you there pretty quick.

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  2. Rich

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    I've used that hotline a couple times. Followed the instructions religiously and still ended up with a dry turkey. Thought it was my wife screwing up the turkeys but for the last couple years I've watched carefully and we are cooking them as directed. Nothing seems to help.

    Yeah, "they" should stay on topic when we call. This is something new, they never chatted as they do now. Must be a plan of some sort. Baffle the callers with BS, that seems to be strategy.

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    I always ask first. Doesn't seem to matter. This is not the Retention Department that we were used to.

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    Don't want to use that strategy. Used it for years and it does not work now. Last thing I need in the middle of the NFL season is for one of those nitwits to actually cancel my account.

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  5. bills976

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    Off topic, but the best advice I can give you is to follow Gordon Ramsay's technique. You make a lemon and herb infused butter, rub it all over the skin, and then carefully separate the skin from the breast meat using your fingers. Proceed to rub the butter all over the meat, leaving a layer of butter between the breast and the skin. You crank up the temp for a short time to get a bit of crispiness, then lower the temperature and layer bacon over the breast.

    I guarantee you that your turkey won't be dry tomorrow. After having followed this technique for a few years, we won't ever do it another way.
     
  6. Rich

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    Too late to try it but Xmas is right around the corner. I'll try it then. Thanks.

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  7. carlsbad_bolt_fan

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    We cover ours with bacon. Yes, bacon. Never had a dry bird.

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    My wife made the turkey in a crock-pot. Finally, an edible bird! That bacon idea, I gotta try that. Thanks.

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