NAREB considered the complaints in response to the reports that four of AT&T's cabinets had either caught fire or exploded in the past two years. Yes, we have pictures.
A spokeswoman for Maria Kong, NAREB's president, tells Light Reading that Kong "has met with AT&T officials and discussed AT&T's plans to inspect the equipment currently in use, determine their operational worthiness, replace any batteries that are deemed defective, and AT&T's intent to ensure that all U-Verse batteries are safe as they roll out the technology into other communities, nationwide."
The NAREB spokeswoman adds that so long as AT&T continues with its plan, "NAREB will not be proceeding, at this time, with any formal complaints to the attorneys general."
— Phil Harvey, Editor, Light Reading