AT&T apologises for threatening customer

American phone company AT&T has apologised for threatening legal action after a customer e-mailed its CEO twice.

The incident occured when AT&T customer Giorgio Galante sent two e-mails to Randall Stephenson, CEO of AT&T, over a period of two weeks, complaining about not being able to upgrade to the next version of the iPhone and general discontent with the company.

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