The user received an iPhone from corporate. Problem is that the phone number is associated with a 'sketchy' location.
When he makes a cell to cell phone call, the name of this town can show up on the receiving cell phone (if he's not in their address book), and this is not good for his type of work.
They called AT&T, and after a long time between techs, AT&T basically said that this is the way it is.
Will any of the following work:
Switching the number to Verizon?
Getting a new number for the phone with a desired location, and then using a call forwarding service to have old calls re-routed to the new number. At least in this scenario new outbound calls would have an identifier that he likes, and calls to the old number will transfer over. What would callers to the old number see?
Is there any way of getting AT&T to change the location ?